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      07-29-2008, 02:17 PM   #1
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Need rear coil adjustment and alignment, which shop to go to in NOVA?

I found the reason that's possibly causing my car to vibrate and having some knocking sound. my car is lowered on Bilstein PSS9 (already in car when i bought it) and the rear left is a bit higher than the rear right and it may be causing the rubbing on the fender.

I want to take it to a good shop that can adjust the coils to make them sit even and also do an alignment.

Im thinking about Curry's auto, i heard they are good (and they are real close to me here in Sterling), but also heard they are expensive.

Anyone know where else i can take my car to do those things for a good price but also does a good job?

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sorry guys, didnt see the thread in here about coils and installation. now i find the info i need.

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i thought the left was supposed to sit a little higher to offset driver weight?
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no idea, but will take it to the shop to have it checked out and see what they say. it does make some sense though for off-setting the driver wait. anyone has take on that?
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