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      01-15-2010, 12:24 PM   #1
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Need a reputable in the SFV for suspesion evaluation.

hey guys i need a shop perferably in the 818 that wont mind taking a look at my suspesion to see if anything is wrong. one side of my car is actually lower than the other. i need some professional advice and evaluation with this issue.
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      01-15-2010, 09:52 PM   #2
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Why don't you have the shop that installed it fix it?
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one side is supposed to be lower than the other side...
i bet your drive side is higher than your passenger
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one side is supposed to be lower than the other side...
i bet your drive side is higher than your passenger
ya it is why is that?

i know when i fill up gas the right side obviously gets lower.
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Why don't you have the shop that installed it fix it?
cuz i dont like their customer service. i just went there cuz i was getting a good deal and an install by someone whos been doin it for a while.
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ya it is why is that?

i know when i fill up gas the right side obviously gets lower.
when you sit in the driver seat, by yourself, does the height even up? if so then that's the way it's suppose to be...
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when you sit in the driver seat, by yourself, does the height even up? if so then that's the way it's suppose to be...
ohh that i havent noticed.
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ya it is why is that?

i know when i fill up gas the right side obviously gets lower.
because when you sit in it it's even
you'll never notice it because well..you're sitting in the car
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because when you sit in it it's even
you'll never notice it because well..you're sitting in the car
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