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Old 10-09-2001, 06:01 PM
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Question 190e Front Lower Wishbone???????????

I've mentioned this once before in amongst another question and received no reply so I thought I'd have another go.

I've noticed on the front suspension of my car something that appears to be a bit of an oddity, and was wondering if anyone has a valid explanation.
The lower wishbones have the mounting for the road spring both pointing to the same side where the spring end sits, in other words they are not symmetrical.
I can not for the life of me see why they would do this!
Also I am sure that the suspension on the left is definately lower than the other side and the wishbone appears to have less angle on it to confirm my thinking, before you ask I've only just fitted new springs so it is not them.
I'm sure if they were fitted the same it would make a difference to the height.

Can anyone shed some light please?

Many thanks in advance
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Spring pads? Struts?
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