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Brake dust shield is missing, not sure it that would classify it as wrong.

Of course taking the picture with something other than a phone camera would help. ;)
 

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Brake dust shield is missing, not sure it that would classify it as wrong.
no, i threw them out.

hint: the camera is not angled in any way. It's nothing teeny tiny that you can barely detect.
 

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I just thought he hadn't put them back on yet.
 

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Tie-rod looks bent and possibly castor is off - oh and you are missing brakes and a tire :D

Too damn clean too :thumbdown:
 

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Axle is to far forward! is your coil sprig popping when you hit a bump?
 

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What the heck kind of spacer is on top of that spring???
 

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OK i just woke up. Those who guessed the axle is too far forward is right. That's my issue and i wanted to confirm it with you guys and I did. I'm not sure how to go about correcting this issue. I have stock arms with my 4.5"-5" lift and drop brackets. The brackets are for 4.5" lifts so I don't know why my axle is too far forward. I can't get arms that are any shorter unless there are adjustables that adjust shorter than stock arms. The sway bar bracket touches the coil spring. I am running 3" sway bar links on a 4.5" lift but still shouldn't be touching. If you look at the top of the coil spring, it's not fully seated on the coil spacer, just the right half of the top coil is touching it. This concerns me and i'm not sure what to do about this. Any suggestions? Of course i could just get 5"+ springs and go higher but then that'll create a chain reaction and my $$ will be gone.

I want to adjust my passenger lower arm forward a bit to correct my right-side pull but i can't get the axle forward anymore due to this issue.


89xjgrey, the coil spacer is a pro-comp aluminum 1" spacer. I prefer those over rubber since rubber slowly flattens over time.
 
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