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The rear is rubbing quite a bit on the bigger dips in the road... Ill need to adjust it a bit. Still need to get aligned also, doing that tomorrow.
 

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grind the tab in the rear wheel well down
 

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Looks like you didn't have to change to the older 2010 endlinks and they sent you aftermarket 2011+ endlinks as they don't look like OEM, correct? I didn't know Megan made a revised coil for the 2011+.
 

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Right. Those are new endlinks. Shorter than oem.
 

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The rear is lower than the front... Hint: Adjust before you align. Also, don't be surprised if you have to tear apart the rear suspension to adjust the rears.
 

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To raise it do I adjust the spring caps or the struts... Or both?
 

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Perches in the rear, and you'll turn the entire cylinder for the front. Which is why you might have to dismantle the rear suspension to adjust. If you adjust the strut on the rear you're changing your preload; if you adjust the spring (locking nuts directly under the spring) you're adjusting the preload. You could do both if you know what you're doing or want to experiment with your ride.
 

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I was thinking about ordering these. How's the ride? I had ST's on my previous car and it was WAY soft compared to the koni/eiboch coilover I had on the car before that. I'd like to get into something stiff again.
 
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