You got front and back and side to side. Hit your switches. Sent you a PM.
If I asked you to take a picture of the parts that are left over from your swap, would it be the identical picture of the two blown leaking black shocks? If the answer is yes, then:
You interpreted those threaded aluminum spring collars and perches to be the adjustable part of the shocks when in fact, they are necessary to compliment the aforementioned eibach springs which are probably also marked "ground control" and numbered something like: 180.64.44
Take the red(ish) threaded collar and gold anodized spring perch off of the nameless blown shock along with any rubber insulator that accompanies that collar. Measure the current ride height of the car from floor/road to fender arch and devise a number for exactly how much you think you need to increase that ride height. (Final ride height should probably be close to 24.25".) The difference in current ride height and desired ride height should be roughly the setting on the threaded spring collar. (adjusted after loosening the 5/16"? Allen bolt.)
I have modified your picture to show the relevant parts and the dimension "I" which will be your rough increase in ride height. Because the rear spring and shock act through a lever arm configuration, you will get about 1" increase in ride height for every 7/8" of increase in "I" dimension.