Hi, After a recent debacle where I had a lowrider thing going on after forgetting to tension the torsion bars, I managed to strip one of the new UCA eccentric bolts when adjusting the camber after setting the ride height correctly (the new bolt was "modern Chinese" quality). PST are sending me a new bolt free of charge (which was good of them), but in the meantime I cleaned up one of the old bolts and am trying to install it. It's the front passenger side bolt. I can get the bolt in easy enough, but when I try to adjust the camber the welded eccentric washer (in the wheelwell) tries to ride out of the "ears". The outside washer (in the engine bay) sits correctly in the ears, but not the other one. The tension is off the torsion bar that side, the other UCA bolt is backed right off, car jacked up, both front wheels off the ground. I've tried jacking the lower control arm up slightly but that didn't help. The washer needs to come in a bit toward the engine to sit properly, instead of sitting on the lip of the ear. I've tried gently tightening the nut to see if it would slip in, but no joy, and I don't want to flatten the ear at all. I've also tried wacking it in with a bit of timber but no joy. I've also tried tightening it a fair bit in the position I don't want it in (camber wise) where it sits quite flat, then backing off the nut slightly, and then re-positioning it to the correct camber position, but it still wants to ride out. I'm trying not to scratch and wreck all my newly restored suspension too. Photo attached of offending area. Any ideas on what's going on?