240 lbs all the time will wear things in the rear suspension faster. But I get it's really 120 lbs.The 240lbs was just there for about 10min drive from the store. Now I have only half, i.e. 120lbs.
That's considered a lot for the suspension to handle? It's like having a younger teenager in the back seat, except this is evenly distributed over the wheels.
I have good performance winter wheels, but I thought the rear was so light that sometimes they don't get enough traction...
Am def wanting to learn if I'm doing this wrong!
Keep in mind the physics; the more weight back there, the higher the likelihood over-steer will occur, and the more severe it will be. It's a pendulum effect.
And these cars already have substantial weight over the rear wheels.
Really, the best bet for better traction is tires.
But....it's your car, and this is all just my opinions/preferences.