Let\'s see pics of your passenger side D60 u-bolt plates... **UPDATE...PIC** ...of the 2 bolts or studs after you have installed springs with shims under them. I'm curious to what others have done to fix the problem of the 2 bolts/studs not being square to the holes and therefore they angle, sometimes causing the bolts/studs to bend. I have my '88 V30 with 6" springs sitting on 1" zero-rates and 4 degree shims for now. I will get new zero-rates made with the degree milled into them, but for now its a mock up. Unfortunately, I don't like the angle of the studs which seems to put stress on them and I'm afraid of breaking a/the studs later. I have chatted with Waxer and we came up with an idea to have the u-bolt plates milled for the same angle of the zero-rates. Either that or have a shop make some washers that are flat on one side and the tapered angle on the other. Any ideas how to fix this problem? /forums/images/graemlins/confused.gif **UPDATE** Here's a pic of my D60 plate on the passenger side. It has a 4 degree shim between the spring and zero-rate. Just temporary for now until I get the new zero-rates machined for the taper.