Hey all, I had OME springs and OME/Bilstein shocks installed last week with the help of a local offroad shop. I'm having problems with the front and could really use some suggestions for specific things to try... They are 927 springs with two conduit nuts per side, which is about 3/8" of spacing. After trying to break in the springs, the fronts are still around 23". Sounds like other folks have had similar issues, with the front being too high due to tightened bolts off the ground. My lift guy doesn't see what it could be... He said he loosened the top clevis bolt and re-tightened. Also the swaybar links were attached with weight on the ground. The CV's looks way too angled right? Not sure what else I can look for. The swaybar links are also not lining up very well and I can't keep them tight, even after over-torquing them down, so they make noise on small bumps. That what my mechanic says anyway. You can kind of see the angle of the blue washers vs the bolt in this image. KJ 23 IFS by Squamish_Steffen posted Sep 14, 2020 at 1:52 PM I can take any other photo that you feel will help to diagnose. Next step is to remove the clevis spacers I guess. I'll have to figure this out myself after-all as the shop costs 1h of labor per side for this. Can I do this with a single jack? Just loosen the clevis bolts and push/pull the shock out to remove the spacers?? Thanks in advance!!