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Old 05-17-2013, 08:31 PM   #10
FastWrxWagon87
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Originally Posted by JarHarms

Seriously - First off "front", "rear", or "both"? Confirm that it is the "wheel" or the "tire" that is making contact with "what location" on the strut housing. And why not funish your wheel (width and offset) and current alignment specs? Did it rub before? Are these new wheels or tires of a differnt size than before? Did you change the suspension recently? If you want useful suggestions then offer up some extra info......

Not as serious - Don't drive the car and it won't rub anymore.
Its the tires rubbing in the front and back on the lower-side of the top of the shock or spring housing
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