Re: problems with my DSE 2" drop coil springs
A few thoughts:
The spring end indexes into the notch in the subframe, not in the LCA - let the LCA end of the spring fall where it falls. The notch in the LCA is only for water drainage.
Call DSE and ask them which is top and which is bottom on your spring. That's a goofy looking spring.
When you install new springs and adjustable upper arms, who really knows where your alignment specs are? Chances are when you drop it back on the ground that you have a ton of neg camber due to binding of the A-arms and the total crapshoot on the UCA adjustment, so the front end might sit REALLY high. I wouldn't worry TOO much about right now. If you're able to push the car, push it out of the garage a fair distance and then back in. Your susp should at least come close to its static alignment, which is most likely WAY off.
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