OK.. this is a complete baffle to me. I've worked on cars for a while but suspension has never been really my game. Here's the story I go out to my car, find a nail in my tire, since I work at a hardware store there are nails all over the place in the parking lot. I need new tires anyway. I get a 2ton floor jack (hydralic) and place it under the support on the front drivers side. I start jacking the car up. I keep jacking the car up, and keep jacking it up and keep jacking it up. Finally, the jack is all the way up, and the damn tire is still on the ground!!! Now, the spring is completely extended and I have about 2 feet from the tire to the fender (might be a little over exaggarative) what's the deal??? the floor jack goes higher than the stock jack so I didn't even bother. What the hell is up with that??? Any ideas? This is totally crazy and I couldn't figure it out. I did not have a chance to jack up a different part of the car. Any ideas?? could it be the shock or the spring having gone bad or something? I mean for real, the tire rose just enough to let the air expand inside it, but not be movable or turnable. Ahhh!!