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Old 08-29-2012, 03:30 PM   #1
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car sits to low

Ok so my car is lowered bout three on the back and two in the front previous owners job......anyways my drive shaft is rubbing on my fuel lines and making this horrible sound...I had put uppr and lwr control arms and different shocks on a while ago and the sound stopped for a while but now there broken in the sound is back any way I can get my car to sit a little higher with out goin back to stock springs?
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Most likely my suggestion is when the car was lowered they didnt adjust the heights of the u joints. U can just get the driveshaft aligned to sit right with the suspension. Has to do with shimming u joints if i remember its been a while
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Hmmh ill have to look into that
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