Thanks for those that gave some advise but I am still having problems.
I had already set the hack body on the chassis to find out it was 3/4" out of level.
So I removed the body ,removed the rails and everything down to the bare chassis including the heavy battery. And it still leans even when I pulled down the rear spring tight on one side before the other which helps but not much.
It is a new rear spring and seems to favor one side so I am in the process of reversing the spring. Everything is new except the chassis.
I will post after I reverse the rear spring to see if is sits right.
I have a 13 hack that was restored about 60 years ago and over the years the weight of the body sagged the springs. I took the springs off and to a truck shop that re- arcs springs. They did a great job of adding about two inches to the arc. Then I added an extra leaf to the top of the springs. It fits behind the cross member and can't be seen. Problem solved.
Hey Mabel, is this discussion on the level?
No Jerome, It is about the level!
I have successfully re-arced my own front and rear springs, one leaf at a time using my 230 lbs of weight and standing on each upside down leaf, with each leaf spanned between two blocks. If you don't weigh enough to accomplish this, a long wood clamp will work (see below). Each leaf must be done individually. Do not use heat. Jim Patrick
It sounds to me like the chassis is twisted.
Was the bare naked chassis checked in every dimension including twist?