Seems the original poster is merely trying to figure out what to look for and any other possibilities. He can double check everything, but if the problem isn't obvious, still might not know where the issue lies. Agree.This thread is worthless... Just take the struts off again and double check everything. Happens to the best of us.
What town? I'm originally from Wellsville.My entire car is coated in fluid film to prevent rust. I'm in Western NY where salt would eat it. That looks worse than it is. Fluid film stays wet and attracts dirt particles.
No way I'm dealing with rust as it a daily driver.
Hey man, sorry to hear you’re having issues. This is disappointing to hear as I have a set of Superpro camber adjusting strut mounts ready to go in early this spring along with KW V2's and new OEM bearings.Installed the super pro SPF-1590AK strut mount bushings.
The issue is that the passenger side is 1/4" higher than the driver side measuring from the center of the wheel to the fender lip.
Not sure which reading should be right.
Passenger side is 15 1/2"
Driver side 15 1/4"
These are stock springs and shocks by the way.
The struts are clocked correctly with the notch facing the engine.
The spring is seated correctly.
I also made sure to tighten the bolts of the sway bar links with the weight of the car on the wheels.
Is there anything else I have over looked?
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