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If the front passenger side of your Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight with 19-inch rims leans and rubs the tire how can you fix this problem?

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2010-08-02 16:09:38
2010-08-02 16:09:38

First, diagnose the reason your car is leaning significantly to the right. Is your passenger or cargo very heavy? Does this occur even when you don't have a passenger or cargo? If your car leans to the right when there is no additional weight on that side, you may wish to get your shocks checked. A shock in disrepair may be to blame for your car's misalignment. It may also be possible to get shocks with a higher resistance to prevent weight inside the car from being an issue.

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You can either get the correct size rims or put coil spacers in the springs (makes them stiffer).

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