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Old 06-06-2019, 02:34 PM
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When I put my 89 on hoist at home I noticed the right rear wheel sags down quite a bit further than the left. What would be the cause of this
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Old 06-08-2019, 09:44 PM
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When I put my 89 on hoist at home I noticed the right rear wheel sags down quite a bit further than the left. What would be the cause of this
Hi one wheel hanging lower than the other check the sway bar is connected to the knuckle, the bushes can wear and pop out but wont be a lot.

does the spring look ok even arc?

The camber means tilt of the wheel from vertical negative or positive, it will only affect the angle of the wheel tire.
Not cause it ti=o hang noticably lower than the other wheel the sway bar will keep them even.
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The bushings on the larger bolts that attach spring to knuckle. Damaged or loose shock. Broken spring are also possibilities.
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