Re: My rear is lower on one side by about 15mm!!
When I measured it before the FSD's it was even and then when I measured the after the FSD's it was also even. They've been fitted around a month or so now and I've measured again(as I forgot the previous measurements for the chap) and it's wonky!!
I didn't fit the FSD's & Eibachs, it was an Alfa Indie. But they didn't do the tracking that I paid them for either which has is making me question how well the shocks/springs were fitted. I wouldn't have thought the top nut could have come undone as it's a nylon lock nut isn't it?!
Which side is likely to be wrong though, the lower side or the higher side?! The strange thing is, when I had 3 people in the car with someone sat in the passenger side rear, the drivers side rear bottomed out which is the higher side!!! None of the people in the car were particularly heavy, driver 13.5st, passenger 9st and rear passenger 11st with nothing in the boot. This happened also on the same side(drivers rear) before the FSD's were fitted with 4 people in the car, with the heavier in the back being on the passengers side again.