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Are you certain your rear shocks aren't damaged or worn out? I had a bad rear shock on my 911 street car and it would bottom out in a similar way. I swapped in some newer shocks and it solved the problem. If you do need new shocks you should consider custom valving to match your weight, spring rates, and intended use. Stiffer torsion bars, or coil overs, in the rear would help but that would make the driving on the street worse. Might not be too much worse if you went with 33's. Otherwise you should probably increase the ride height a bit and see if that solves the problem.
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