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Old 11-29-2013, 09:11 PM   #21
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Yeah it seems it be the same on either side of the front. Obviously the back I have no issues with.
Grabbed some cheapos from Auto Zone for now, just so I don't burn through another tire if anything should happen. After Christmas I'll invest in a good pair so I'll be set.

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Old 11-29-2013, 09:22 PM   #22
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Yeah it seems it be the same on either side of the front. Obviously the back I have no issues with.
Grabbed some cheapos from Auto Zone for now, just so I don't burn through another tire if anything should happen. After Christmas I'll invest in a good pair so I'll be set.

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The spacers aren't going to help, if you have another issue, like you had before.
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Old 11-29-2013, 09:29 PM   #23
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Right I understand that but I think this is really what happened: I had no idea just how close the tire was to the strut tower. I parked in the street at my girlfriend's house and obviously with a manual, turned my wheels all the way to the curb. Must've put pressure on the strut and pushed the omni sleeve down. I didn't drive it till later that night when I went home. After so many miles/bumps, the tire sidewall just wore down and went completely flat.
If this is possible, let me know.
If not, I did retorque everything and have been checking the sleeve's position after every trip I take, no matter how small. I've also been watching the tire/tower and no rubbing. I haven't turned the wheel fully to the right or left since this happened either, cause I have no reason to.
Not sure if you understood that, I'm in bed on my phone hahah

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You really shouldn't have to do all that, if the sleeve & the strut are tight into the spindle. Just for the heck of it, Have you mearsured the diameter of the oem strut & your coilover, where it'd go into the spindle & then the sleeve? And then your coilovers to another manufactor's coilover?
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No I haven't but the base of the coilover fits snug in the omni bushing

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