Long time lurker first time poster
Im hoping you can help me out here - ive recently fitted some new suspension to my B6 a4, along with some other Audi wheels in 19"x8 et35 from memory so nothing silly.
I have had the car laser aligned on a hunters system but from what I, and they can see, the rear passenger wheel protudes from the arch more than the drivers by about an inch or so. This is now causing me some rubbing issues and I have read up, that the rear subframe is quite often misaligned if ever removed.
Having had the car up on a lift today, and the subframe dropped, the guys who had it couldnt get it to move over at all to compensate for this. They believe that the frame comes with locating pegs and this is stopping any movement, so slightly conflicting to what im reading on my Audi forums.
Im just wondering if you can shed any light on this at all!
My only other concern is that there may be some previously unrecorded accident damage that would then explain this .
Hope to hear from you soon
Thanks for any help
Sticking out and rubbing...