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Passenger rear wheel sticks out further than drivers side...WTF

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Few pics on how much misalignment/play the subframe can have on 15-17 Mustangs.
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Yep, that's why the IRS sleeves are legit (for most people who install them)
I only wish there was an easy way to line up the front subframe as well, my front casters are not consistent from left to right.
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My 2016 and my buds 2018 are both offset significantly. Both cars have the right side wheel sticking out 1/4-1/2" more than the left side. I ordered the Steeda subframe alignment sleeves. I'll be dropping the subframe and going through it entirely as well as replacing to some sturdier parts. Then getting a final alignment.
 

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Yep, that's why the IRS sleeves are legit (for most people who install them)
I only wish there was an easy way to line up the front subframe as well, my front casters are not consistent from left to right.
Steeda (or BMR) k-member might take care of that.
 

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I put the cradle alignment sleeves in when I did my bushing install. Even after Steeda minimum drop springs and an alignment my sides show 1/2” difference. These cars are not built with tight tolerances. 2021 gt
 

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I put the cradle alignment sleeves in when I did my bushing install. Even after Steeda minimum drop springs and an alignment my sides show 1/2” difference. These cars are not built with tight tolerances. 2021 gt
We did mine last week and it’s now dead centered.
 

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I put the cradle alignment sleeves in when I did my bushing install. Even after Steeda minimum drop springs and an alignment my sides show 1/2” difference. These cars are not built with tight tolerances. 2021 gt
When I did mine, it still seemed off a bit even after the alignment was done on the car. I decided to take the wheels off and double check all bushings, bolts, etc... and to my surprise, the outer bolt on the driver side upper control arm (bottom silver joint on pic) was loose smh..... I don't know if this was overlooked by the shop that did the alignment or if it was like this when I bought the car or both, but having that bolt slightly loose will turn wheel in to
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negative camber slightly... as soon as I tightened, my wheel was straight. Will need to do another alignment but hesitant to take it to the same shop. So double and triple check everything on that rear suspension. Hope you can figure out what is causing the offset.
 

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So just installed the Steeda IRS alignment sleeves and corrected the issue. Now subframe is in line and wheels are both where they should be. Thanks to all of you guys here! Cheers!
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Ik this is old but thanks man got my car lowered about a month ago and just realized passenger sticks out a bit more than the driver side and they all have same spacers. Going to buy this steeda kit and hopefully it resolves that issue.
 

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That's good to know I definitely need to get some to install over winter, I lowered mine got alignment they did best they could but seeing I have bmr bars' diff bushings front/rear and vertical link's everytime I loosen any the whole thing goes off whack. Good to know it fixes the issue 100%, just curious if it was a bitch to get it all to align and tighten up?
 

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That's good to know I definitely need to get some to install over winter, I lowered mine got alignment they did best they could but seeing I have bmr bars' diff bushings front/rear and vertical link's everytime I loosen any the whole thing goes off whack. Good to know it fixes the issue 100%, just curious if it was a bitch to get it all to align and tighten up?
Im actually gonna put on next week ill let you know how it goes. I heard if its properly aligned from factory itll be easy but if its not (which is most likely in our case lol) then it can be a bit of a bitch
 

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Im actually gonna put on next week ill let you know how it goes. I heard if its properly aligned from factory itll be easy but if its not (which is most likely in our case lol) then it can be a bit of a bitch
Yeah I saw pic online that shows how far out they can get so figured out may be a bitch to get them all lined up, definitely would love to hear how it went incase you figure out any handy tips to get it done. Goodluck hope it goes smoothly for you.
 

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What did you guys do to fix the rear wheel sticking out even after the alignment bushings installed?
 

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What did you guys do to fix the rear wheel sticking out even after the alignment bushings installed?
Trade the car in.
 

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What did you guys do to fix the rear wheel sticking out even after the alignment bushings installed?
I firmly believe there isn't a fix for it if the bushings still didn't fully correct it
 

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So just live with it? I read somewhere that cradle bushing kit helps as well. What do you think?
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