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Is this a normal thing for a 93 Gen3?

At full extension, the rear Whiteline sway bar is making contact with the stock shock absorber housings (I am running tokico inserts).

Car is still on the rack so....don't even know whats going to happen.
 

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Do you have a picture to show this?

It doesn't sound normal at all.
 

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Well, the springs are H&R and
I am using Tokico cartridges in the stock housings.

Do the Tokicos allow the rear wheels to hang lower so as to cause the interference?
 

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do the touch when there is weight on the car? also is it just one side thats doing it? if it's just one side then the bar is slidding.
 

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I still haven't got the car down from the rack yet.
It's touching the backsides of both left & right rear shocks.
If you look at the picture, you can see the bright silver RSB touching the black shock housing. It's doing the same thing on the other side. So there is no sliding as they are both in contact.
It's frustrating cause the guy that runs the shop is giving me the 'you are an idiot, but it's your money' look.

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No, it's in correctly, would not go in any other way. Car is running around right now but I am listening for any strange sounds. It does help the rear a lot, I can't feel that large booty back there anymore. I still recommend the Whiteline Rear Sway Bar. Thinking of the front now too, with a strut tower bar.
 
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