Originally Posted by mike-y
are the alignment pins removed from your strut guide supports? take a pick of the strut towers so we can see.
If they are, it would explain why you are rubbing now, since they could have easily reinstalled the struts with less camber. if that's the case, you can loosen the strut bolts and slide the strut mount a bit closer to the center of the engine bay to give your tires more clearance.
then you can worry about having the bump stops fixed, lol.
they are on the passenger side and my strut bar makes it harder. The pin is in on the driver side and it rubs less....going to investigate this.
Would it really matter if the bump stop was upside down....it will still serve its purpose wouldn't it?
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