Almost free bump!
Curious were you able to get the alignment properly set up with the Mann Springs with your original suspension set up?
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So it turned out my front right A arm was tweaked a bit. And, after the accident tweaked a lot! But, as I was repairing the custom work on the car I saw something I hadn't noticed before. It looked like someone had put tow hook into the hole in the bottom of the arm a while ago. Like before I purchased the car long time ago.
I purchased it as a CPO, but that doesn't mean it was a local turn around. A lot of dealers rotate their used stock with others. It was never towed prior to the spring install, and all of the flat beds I had it on used the front tow hook and the tire/wheel straps on the front of the car. I wish I would have kept an eye on what they were hooking on the back of my car!
Anyway... Brand New A arm took both to my mechanic so he could press my Perrin PSRS caster bushing out. He set it so it was in the exact same spot as the old arm. I had purchased BC's camber/caster top hats so if anything needed dialing in it could all be done without pressing in and out of bushings. Turns out if he would have pressed it in lined up where it regularly is. (Same as the other side.) I probably wouldn't have needed the caster tops, but I would have purchased them at some point anyways...
There's my long sad story.
So unless your shite is bent the adjustable bushings I have for sale are not only a performance upgrade, but they can add and dial in your caster perfectly with minimal effort at your alignment shop!
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