Have you driven it yet? They may settle a bit. Recheck the spring perch to see if it is in there correctly.
Yes, I drove it for about 150+ miles. All three corners settled within the first couple of miles. It's just that passenger rear that's up in the air. The driver rear strut came out pretty easy with just a little downwards pressure on the knuckle, the passenger rear strut I had to apply much more pressure/ bounce the knuckle to get the strut out. I will get back in there and check if the spring rotated away from the insulator grove.Have you driven it yet? They may settle a bit. Recheck the spring perch to see if it is in there correctly.
I will take a peek at the insulator and see if the spring is in the correct position, if it is in the correct position then I will try your method.Preload in the bushings or sway bar preload can cause this. You might have to loosen the control arms at the bushing locations, bounce the car a bit and retighten all while it's on the ground. Or unhook sway bar and bounce it a bit and see if it settles out. Way easier to do this on a 4 post lift, but you can also build wheel cradles out of 2x4's.