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I just recently installed CTS V Brembo brakes on my 2011 CTS Coupe. I also installed Eibach Pro springs to lower my car. I have factory OEM CTS V wheels and OEM sized Michelin Pilot tires. The brakes are fantastic but the inside of the tires hit the lower control arm on a hard turn left and right. The ball joints are good. I had it realigned after the springs were installed, not sure if the interference was there previous to the alignment . Has anyone else had this problem and if so how was it solved.

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That looks like an alignment issue.
 

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Yeah, that typically only happens when the lower control arm slides out of alignment, but it's hard to know since I'm not sure if front suspension is 100% the same on CTS vs. CTSV (it looks like it, but not sure).
 

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Yeah, that typically only happens when the lower control arm slides out of alignment, but it's hard to know since I'm not sure if front suspension is 100% the same on CTS vs. CTSV (it looks like it, but not sure).
I believe only the struts and brake calipers are different on the V.
 

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Thanks for all your replies. I found some Eibach specs posted by Norcal SS I will give them a try. Thanks again for your help
 
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