I'm having a problem with my car bottoming out too much, and making too much noise. Here's the story. With the car's suspension stock, I put on some 17" Cobra rims, then put in some 94-98 v6 Eibach springs, and left the struts stock. At this point the car felt like a buggy. Obviously. But it didn't bottom out. A month later, I ordered the polyurethane bushings for the springs, and got new struts and shocks. The new Monroe struts that I got, were one of the better models that they offered, and made the ride MUCH smoother. And here's the problem... I got ran off the road by an 18-wheeler one day going to work, and ended up flying off to the ride, jumping a curb, and coming to a stop. My car drove perfectly fine to work, (thank god), but thereafter I noticed that it was bottoming out, and making TONS of noises from the front that I haven't been able to figure out what they are yet. One of the noises sounds like a loose caliper bracket, and I've done a complete brake check... Nothing is loose, or wrong. I've been under the car numerous times, and can't find anything wrong, but I'll be getting MAC camber plates installed soon, and was wondering if I should have my struts checked out, and perhaps have someone check the suspension. I don't know too much about it, but also don't know anybody around that would be able to help me with this issue. What do you guys think I could check?