Discussion in 'The whoa and the sway.' started by josehf34, Dec 4, 2018.
Cars from the factory normally were lower on the rear end.
Larry , you must get weary of pointing us all in the right direction and repeating the same info time and time again..
Ya got more patience than most..
Thanks for all ya do for the community ,
Now back to normal programming. .....
Nahh, I enjoy it. That's what V8 is all about. Been here so long, and my memory is still pretty good. Just have to find the thread/post where I said it before.
Sorry guys, I was outside of the country enjoying my vacations so haven't had time to check the issue with the height. What I can tell you after I sent the car to the align shop is that both front springs are the same and doesn't have any paint stripe, also in the rear I can confirm I have the spacers (the align shop guy confirmed me that) but unfortunately I think I can not remove them or the new tires are going to hit the quarter panel
Sheesh, what size are your tires?
Front are 235/60R15, rear are 295/50R15 and all tires are touching the body , the rear are touching the quarter panel so I'm not sure how to deal with it, but the front are touching the inner fenders when steering and that's on both front wheels, when bough the tires I tough 235s on the front weren't going to be an issue but looks like they are
What wheels are you using? Do they have the correct back spacing? Or is the suspension height too low?