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13BlackCamaroSS 07-27-2013 07:28 PM

Help - Eibach lowering spring pictures
 
Does anybody have pictures of the front set of eibach springs from under the hood (engine bay) of the cover and screw that tightens up the strut.

I just installed mine and there is a small gap now as if the cover doesn't sit flush on the car now. Everything is tight and looks good, also while driving there is no movement under the hood (no play) and no rubbing or clunking while driving so everything seems correct. Just wondering about the look of that to see if something might be wrong. Feel free to post any pics you may have of that or pm me if you'd prefer. Thanks

Lombardi 07-27-2013 07:32 PM

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Originally Posted by 13BlackCamaroSS (Post 6828280)
Does anybody have pictures of the front set of eibach springs from under the hood (engine bay) of the cover and screw that tightens up the strut.

I just installed mine and there is a small gap now as if the cover doesn't sit flush on the car now. Everything is tight and looks good, also while driving there is no movement under the hood (no play) and no rubbing or clunking while driving so everything seems correct. Just wondering about the look of that to see if something might be wrong. Feel free to post any pics you may have of that or pm me if you'd prefer. Thanks

Theres a gap between the black top hat and the strut tower under the hood as well so Im prettu sure its normal

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13BlackCamaroSS 07-27-2013 07:58 PM

Thanks. Wasn't sure as the stocks are flat or flush with the car so I double and triple checked but I don't see a way for it to be flush now. Thanks again


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