|01-16-2013 02:33 PM|
|01-15-2013 11:18 PM|
Some kits come with the wrong nut. It may be the incorrect "taller" nut. Go to the dealer and get the correct "shorter" nut. Or re-use the old nut.
It can be changed with the strut installed and wheels on the ground. Just use a wrench and Allen wrench.
|01-15-2013 12:54 AM|
|rcksvtcontour||I just installed my ford racing kit and came to the same issue. What i did was put the nut in a lathe and cut of the extra metal they added on the ford racing nut and made it the same height as the stock. Ill post a pic tomorrow|
|04-11-2011 02:09 PM|
|tjboston5676||when i installed mine (didnt come pre-assembled) thats as far as mine went and just the other day i saw someone posting with the same problem so this seems to be pretty common. i havent had any problems with them coming undone or anything|
|04-11-2011 01:57 PM|
|roosterst||I'm even more comfortable with this, since I'm not the only one. Thanks Shaun.|
|04-11-2011 12:32 PM|
|04-11-2011 10:19 AM|
This is an email from Ford Racing.
|04-10-2011 11:35 AM|
I'll have to take them out, and have a better look at them.
If they are crossthreaded, that would be kinda crappy, since they don't have any type of warranty.
|04-10-2011 11:33 AM|
|PSUrivie||^^^^what Carl said|
|04-10-2011 11:29 AM|
|CJohn364||Maybe the nut got cross-threaded and that's why it's binding.|
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