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    I'm just wondering how long suspension takes to settle and I might be paranoid but the drivers side seems a little lower that the passenger side

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    not long at all ...have you tried bumping up and down on the passenger side ..it might help it settle some more .

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    LMAO, getting impatient fella?

    Mine took a good week or two to settle properly and reach it's final position. The perceived un-evenness is more likely to be you parked on a slight camber or slope. If you really want to check it, park on something 100% flat and measure from the bottom of the arch to the middle of the wheel on each corner.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian-Highlander View Post
    LMAO, getting impatient fella?

    Mine took a good week or two to settle properly and reach it's final position. The perceived un-evenness is more likely to be you parked on a slight camber or slope. If you really want to check it, park on something 100% flat and measure from the bottom of the arch to the middle of the wheel on each corner.
    Lmao I am a little it's handling better though I could tell on the way home down those bumpy twisty roads from yours it was like a sports car I'm just waiting for it to drop some more but if it does not its not the end of the world has its stance is brill

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