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Just replaced both coil spring saddles. The passenger side saddle had slid on the mounting shaft towards the rear of the car and the driver side had slid towards the front of the car. Does this mean that the upper control arms are not level, or perpendicular to the coil spring? Just replaced both coil spring saddles. The passenger side saddle had slid on the mounting shaft towards the rear of the car and the driver side had slid towards the front of the car. Does this mean that the upper control arms are not level, or perpendicular to the coil spring?Just replaced both coil spring saddles. The passenger side saddle had slid on the mounting shaft towards the rear of the car and the driver side had slid towards the front of the car. Does this mean that the upper control arms are not level, or perpendicular to the coil spring?
 

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Why did you repeat yourself three times?
It sounds like cheap spring perches to me. Where did you get them?
 

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Just replaced both coil spring saddles. The passenger side saddle had slid on the mounting shaft towards the rear of the car and the driver side had slid towards the front of the car. Does this mean that the upper control arms are not level, or perpendicular to the coil spring? Just replaced both coil spring saddles. The passenger side saddle had slid on the mounting shaft towards the rear of the car and the driver side had slid towards the front of the car. Does this mean that the upper control arms are not level, or perpendicular to the coil spring?Just replaced both coil spring saddles. The passenger side saddle had slid on the mounting shaft towards the rear of the car and the driver side had slid towards the front of the car. Does this mean that the upper control arms are not level, or perpendicular to the coil spring?
Please, a little history, starting with the year ??
Could be a spring saddle on a goat! GTO LOL!
 

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Now there you guys go again chasin' the junior member away.....

As previously mentioned, the saddles should not slide on the saddle shafts.

ex-Global West GM
1991-1995
 
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