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I was washing my car yesterday when I noticed a slight build up of rubber under my rear wheel wells..It appears that my car might be bottoming out occasionally when I go over dips in the highway.

Is anybody else experiencing this ?? Do you think a 4 wheel alignment would help address this ... Maybe adjust the offset ?

Thanks

Jeff

P.S (I love the way the car rides so I don't want to change the wheels or Springs)
 

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Yellow Fever said:
I was washing my car yesterday when I noticed a slight build up of rubber under my rear wheel wells..It appears that my car might be bottoming out occasionally when I go over dips in the highway.

Is anybody else experiencing this ?? Do you think a 4 wheel alignment would help address this ... Maybe adjust the offset ?

Thanks

Jeff

P.S (I love the way the car rides so I don't want to change the wheels or Springs)
I have the same set-up plus the NW Engineering lowering caps which lower the car an additional 1/2".

I was having the same problem and returned the rear lowering cap to stock. I think it has fixed the problem - but I have not had a chance to drive the car enough to know.
 

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Anthony I can't beleive you slammed your car down another 1/2 inch..Damn ! Can you post a pic from the side ?

Hell as it is I can't even fit two fingers between my wheel well and tire /images/graemlins/laughing.gif
Another 1/2 inch would put me right on my tires..
 

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Two hundred miles on Saturday. No Rubber. Lowered with Eibach springs and full alignment by Chuck!!!!
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