Thanks man that really works !!I figured it out, because the springs are shorter than the struts the springs bind together when they rotate. What I did was bought some 1/2' clear rubber pvc tubing and put it on the coils that were binding. You'll know which parts of the coils are binding because the paint will be scratched off and have a rough texture when you touch it.
This is what I bought:
Watts 1/2 in. x 10 ft. Clear PVC Tubing-SVKI10 at The Home Depot
It's about $5 at a home depot and all you have to do is cut it open and wrap it around a coil. Hope this helps.
ALSO: Make is sure everything is torqued to factory specs too. That's another huge factor.
FYI: This is for all aftermarket springs. Its an old trick me and my cousin have been using for years on our lowered cars on springs lol
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