I've searched this a few times and haven't found anything like my situation so here goes? I got a pair of "Universal" Lakewood bars at the swap meet and put them on Friday. I took the car out and ran the crap out of it taking my brother for a drive, when I got back I noticed the passenger side Lakewood bar had a gap between the snubber and the spring about an inch or more. I grabbed the bar and could move it around with my hand, I don't think the nuts backed off I'm wondering if I didn't install them properly the instal instructions on the Jegs website say under no circumstances should the snubber end of the bars be pointing down but as you can see in the picture they are. Should I just shim the crap out of the back U bolt on each bar? Something just isn't right! I had the bar as far foreward as it would go but the snubber needs to be moved foreward to the last adjustment point to get closer to the spring eye. I know its doing something different because all the paint on the spring wrapping is cracking off, and its been on there for a while. It is however keeping the pinion from smacking the floor! Whats the proper way to set these or did I already trash my springs? When I set it up I had less than a 1/2" gap between the snubber and the spring. Before Picture! <!-- / message --><!-- sig -->After Pictures: Note the drivers side is firmly planted into the drivers side, but the passenger side is gapped out!