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Old 04-02-2016, 03:02 PM   #1
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Rear end not centered. Stock springs.

I had never noticed it being out of line till I was checking out the trunk dents after some tree limbs fell on it during a mustang rally. Totally different story. I recently got some 20x10 wheels and 295/35r20 tires. I noticed that the fender lines roll right into the sidewall on the driver's side, but the passenger side is slightly in. It's only a quarter inch or so, but it still concerns me. It has not been lowered at all. Is this normal?
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Factory tolerances can have that effect. Not everyones rear is going to be perfectly centered, if you want to center it you'll need to pick up a single of double adjustable panhard bar. Just stay away from anything made from aluminum.
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