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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old Oct 7th, 09, 07:10 PM Thread Starter
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Frt springs ?

I had camaro in for wheel alignment after cutting frt springs with Global West uppers,Pass.side came into spec with NO shims,Drivers side has about 1" by the looks of it ? Is it possible that spring is not in correct position or ? Seems like a lot of shims!

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Re: Frt springs ?

Get a tape measure and measure from front upper a arm bolt, (the one with the shims on it) to the ground on each side of the car. Sounds like the LF coil is not seated fully.

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Re: Frt springs ?

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Get a tape measure and measure from front upper a arm bolt, (the one with the shims on it) to the ground on each side of the car. Sounds like the LF coil is not seated fully.
^ what he said. Theres a 'slot' that they sit in, in the pocket.
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Re: Frt springs ?

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