I don't think a nylock is quite right for the job.
Yup, lots of times, but always with a 'loaded' car. Can be one of many things:Any takers? Bob, you ever come across this one?
I also tried rocking the car, jacking it up and dropping it, I picked the front end up about 8 inches and dropped it, and then more rocking to try and the the spring to 'seat' I did not have any luck doing this.Yup, lots of times, but always with a 'loaded' car. Can be one of many things:
*Lower a-arm can be bent (binds front spring and creates a cross-weight issue)
They both looked straight compared to eachother (I am quite sure they are fine)
*bolts on suspension are too tight (binds polyurethane). Stock torque specs, no more!
I torqued only to FSM specs
*bent sway bars (if you have them), creates a cross-weight issue
The front sway bar is not on again yet
*one of the front spring upper pads is backwards
I was very careful to get them in the correct positions and in the same bolt holes
*broken rear coil spring, creates a cross-weight issue up front
Lean still existed when rear suspension was isolated
*In odd instances, aftermarket gas shocks can be unevenly gas-charged. So if you have KYB Gas-a-justs, and one leaks the nitrogen out, you have 180 psi pushing on one shock, but no gas pressure on the other.
I don't have shocks on it yet
Thanks for the nice word about my spring compressor, Phoenix.