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Hey guys!

When I bought the car the original owner had stock springs with KYB shocks.

I put on a set of JIC Magics and even on the sofftest settings I still didn't like the stiffness.

Went with Tanabe NF210 springs with the KYB's loves the drive much more comfortable and now the rear driver side has about a piinky you can fit and rubs a bit and the rear right side is perfect with about 1 finger and a half or 2 spacing.

Question is should I replace my rear driver side shocks to fix the problem or is it a different problem?

Springs are new shocks no clue how long owner had them on the car.
 

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since I am not that car savy I should just get an alignment done and have them adjust my camber right? or I can do this myself?
Yes, you can't align it yourself (well, not without some very specialized equipment... well not properly without specialized equipment... I was having thoughts of straight edges and digital levels.)
 
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