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suspension/clearance problems

I put on a conversion brake kit on my 1965 impala. when i set the car down driver side tire was hitting the lower tip of fender. Went to get an alignment . Had problems with that. Change out front suspension. went and had it aligned. Tire is still hitting tip of lower fender. Any thoughts.
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What wheels are you running?....offset etc
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Old 11-13-2010, 07:20 AM
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Did you convert from drum to disk, comparing the L & R side what is the difference of the clearance? How much change was there over all in the fender spacing both sides ? Just a guess but you may be seeing the difference in the back spacing of a wheel that was made for drums and now on a disk hub. The 65 sheet metal could be off some and the closer the wheel is to the fender it becomes more obvious; highlighted; pronounce.
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