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Originally posted by Swingin80Lincoln@Aug 27 2005, 02:27 PM~3703247
it could be bad bushings on the a-arms. has the car been hopped any or driven while locked up ? those can both cause the crossmember to colapse.
yeah i street hop all the time. how can i tell if the crossmember has collapsed,
 

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Originally posted by CadilacSmiff@Aug 28 2005, 02:28 PM~3707751
try taking it to a alignment shop
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take all the alignment shims out of the upper a arm
 

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check to see if the frame ears are bent of torn up front... also did you use shims? because the shims will take away from the angle too..
 

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Originally posted by jonboy77@Aug 29 2005, 03:38 PM~3713461
yeah i didint put the shims back in.

get some pics up here.... lets see what you got there...
 

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When my shit is locked up, The back of upper a arm is touching the frame on the left side but I can almost put my finger between the rear of the arm and the frame on the right side...

I dont see any cracks, and I've searched extensively.
 

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what kind of car is it cause on 65 to 70 impalas the lower a arms adjust in and out
and can cause that
 
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