When I put a 9" wheel in the front, I noticed really bad rubbing on the driver's side. Under minimal turning, braking, etc. I checked the fender height between both sides and the driver's side was .25" lower so I put some rubber spacing under the spring so that both sides were even. I hadn't had any sort of rubbing at all on the passenger side, under full lock, hard turning or anything so I was surprised that .25" made that much of a difference. After adding some spacing, it still rubbed quite a bit, although not as bad. After closer examination, the driver side actually sticks out at least .25" further on the driver's side. I know its not the wheels because both are the same distance to the strut. Is it possible the stock A arm is longer on the one side? Or is this caused by alignment? I can't find anyone else with this issue. Any ideas?