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I haven't actually had the suspension "physically" checked...I guess I can start there first. SubscribeSubscribedUnsubscribe3 Loading... My bolt was still the T55 and very much between the axle and gas tank. Gobi Rubicon JKU... http://obengtech.com/driver-side/driver-side-front-side-marker.html

Lol. Posts: 43,099 Relocation brackets are available from a number of manufacturers and most are pretty much the same. This allowed me to finally slip out the bolts to remove the trackbar. Yes, I am a girl, but I know when something isn't right about my car!! http://forum.mazda6club.com/mazda6-atenza/213611-rear-driver-side-tire-rubbing.html

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After I got the car back i noticed there was less wheel gap on the right side than the left...I asked the body shop if it was the reason the car Copyright ©1999 - 2017, North American Subaru Impreza Owners Club, Inc. So, TODAY...I had the fender rolled. And that picture is veryyyyyyy confusing for me!

Here is a pic of it. By continuing to browse our site you agree to our use of data and cookies.Tell me more | Cookie Preferences Log In Register Log In Remember Me? Crystal is offline Quote Quick Reply Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links Mazda 6 Forum Advertisement post #4 of 12 (permalink) Old 06-22-2008, 08:56 PM Venom6 Registered User Join Date: http://www.newcelica.org/forums/showthread.php?t=292616 It shouldn't make it look lower.

If it was the ebrake wouldn't it affect both wheels?? Thanks! Tired of flat tires in nyc Quote for Rock Hard Aluminum bumper 2017 JK Waiting Room Custom Paracord Grab Handles And... a sway bar is not necessary and can do more harm then good if the suspension is not set up correctly from the start.

Only my left rear tire is rubbing? it took me a number of tries to grind enough off. When I'm at a light and shift into first and take off, sometimes I hear a soft thud coming from that area (might not be related, since I've been hearing the I am going to start with one and work my way down the list of what to do/have checked.

paul0731 is offline Quote Quick Reply paul0731 View Public Profile Find More Posts by paul0731 post #3 of 18 Old 07-21-2010, 09:38 PM Thread Starter NCUNLIMITED Registered User 2005 LJ http://obengtech.com/driver-side/wet-floor-in-car-drivers-side.html i think i finally got it right about three days before the car was stolen. I soaked it for 3 days with pb blaster before I got it to budge. Took forever but I finally got it out.

If I put my original 15 phonies on, there is loads of space between the top fender and tire. Maybe one recommended by your insurance company. Along with full throttle straight it is twisting to the rear and left side. have a peek here The time now is 03:03 PM. -- Wrangler Forum v1.0 ---- Wrangler Forum v1.0_Jan2015 ---- Wrangler Forum v1.0_Dec2013 Contact Us - Advertise - Jeep Wrangler Forum - Archive - Privacy Statement

Forgot your Password? So the rear tire sizes are 265/35-18 right now. You currently have 0 posts. "Buying a jeep and not taking it off road, is like buying a dragster and never taking it to the track" RogueSpear2023 is offline Quote

This truck is really fun in the mountains, I'm thinking wheel wells/inner fenders are a must.

They are 225/45/18's and I have been experiencing "rubbing" ONLY on the driver side rear tire. Also if I increase the PSI it should make the tire taller and skinnier correct? http://www.quadratec.com/products/16090_1142.htm NCUNLIMITED is offline Quote Quick Reply NCUNLIMITED View Public Profile Find More Posts by NCUNLIMITED post #8 of 18 Old 07-21-2010, 11:49 PM Thread Starter NCUNLIMITED Registered User 2005 This job definitely would have been done more ideally when the guy who put my lift on could have done this before new coil and shock mounting.

I have used the search function for this forum as well as extensive searches online for similar issues. it can also limit suspension travel. Ok so here's an update. http://obengtech.com/driver-side/driver-side-dildo.html Loading...

What your guy's opinions of the grinding method? "Edit" Ok don't cut.... Content Relevant URLs by vBSEO ©2011, Crawlability, Inc. Log In Log In Username Remember Me? When I compressed the strut, it would take like 45 seconds to come all the way back up with no weight on it.

I don't think the tires are too big, it just seems like they are too tall on that left side. New truck no mods and a novice operator. Mikie13 View Public Profile Find More Posts by Mikie13 View iTrader Profile 11-30-2009, 08:29 PM #5 terrasmak Super ModeratorMY350Z.COM iTrader: (8) Join Date: Jan 2007 Location: Sin City Guys should know (most) girls don't like to just ignore the issue (as some guys do)...we bug until it gets fixed, even if it's a stupid rattle.

Loading... More frequent as speed increases.Rotor heat shield? never. I dropped my body two holes on the body mounts front and rear, then gently trimmed the front and rear wheel wells, but the front still rub a little occasionally.

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