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Old 10-09-2015, 12:33 PM   #1
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Suspension Issue - HELP

Got a 2014 Stang v6 about a month ago with 29k miles. I never noticed it at first until I put my after market wheels on but the passenger side FRONT wheel sticks out further and closer to the fender than the drivers side. Is there a fix for this? WTF ford...
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Old 10-09-2015, 12:35 PM   #2
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Do you have pictures?
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Pics posted, very noticeable from top view of fender
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wheel spacers on one side?? idk honestly
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Nope, all factory except for wheels...
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Maybe get an adjustable panhard bar?
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Maybe get an adjustable panhard bar?
It's his front wheels though
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Yes this is on the Front wheels..
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I'd take the 2 front wheels off and look. Or at least the one that stick out
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It's his front wheels though
Oh missed that. My 2014 is like that too. I use a 5/16' spacer and its not so noticeable.
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Look at the inside of the new rims for the amount of offset, to make sure they agree with each other.
If you still have the original wheels did you try them?
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This is strange, I would agree with @diehard on this one.


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Pulled the wheel and measured and all 4 are the same. I did notice that a part of the suspension bolted to the bottom of the frame and control arm does stick out 1/4 more then the drivers side which could explain some of the issue. Pics are attached. On the drivers side the black part is flush with white frame.
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My guess is that it was in an accident at one point and the body work isn't perfect.
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hope not

Well I sure hope not, has 2 clear vehicle reports..not to say a wreck was not reported.
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Took it to the dealer, they were able to shift the sub-frame over and front end alignment so all is good now.
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Glad they fixed that for you.

I'd never seen something like that before.
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Did the dealer give any indication as to why it was like that??
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Did the dealer give any indication as to why it was like that??
They ain't never gonna tell.
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