So I've been told that some of my front tire rub is because my car is too low. The suspension must've settled a bit. It only has 2 or 3 thousand miles on it so far.
Before I break out the tools and start turning bolts and such, I wanted to get a clear picture.
Here is a shot of the adjuster on the top tube of my beam. The bottom tube does not have one of these adjusters on it, so I guess it's not adjustable.
Correct me if I'm wrong:
A1 is threaded through the spring bundle, so do not screw it out.
A2 is a locknut and holds A3 against the tube to lock the bundle in place. I couldn't tell if A3 had any "teeth" underneath to aid in locking. I've seen another adjuster where the teeth were obvious.
B1 is used to adjust the ride height. Turn it in and the suspension gets higher out gets lower.
B2 is another locknut.
So, I've got the front end jacked up on stands, and the tires removed.
I've read somewhere that I should unbolt the shocks. Also use a jack to take up the weight of the tires, but since I've removed mine, is this necessary?
I should basically loosen the lock nuts. With A3 loose, turn B1 in some, since my aim is to heighten, then tighten both lock nuts back up.
Put everything else back on and rip around the block and check it. I have adjustable coilovers in the rear if I need to tweak them for level, or balance the front. I think I've got a grasp on those.
I did take some before measurements from the frame to the floor at all 4 corners.
Thanks for any help,