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Old 02-02-2013, 03:14 AM   #1
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Exclamation strut mounting bolts did not settle down

Strut mounting nuts/bowl shaped thing that goes on with them not settlimg all the way down they are sticking up about 1/5 an inch and you can see them move a little while turning the wheels any insight on what couldve caused this? Did I not tighten the new springs down enough? I only had time to install the front lowering springs today. First time doing suspension work
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Old 02-02-2013, 08:38 AM   #3
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Strut mounting nuts/bowl shaped thing that goes on with them not settlimg all the way down they are sticking up about 1/5 an inch and you can see them move a little while turning the wheels any insight on what couldve caused this? Did I not tighten the new springs down enough? I only had time to install the front lowering springs today. First time doing suspension work
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That's normal with lowering springs... nothing to worry about.
This.

Been covered MULTIPLE times in this section.
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Awesome thanks for the help, ill search more first next time sorry about that
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