Well i put them on. The bushings where slightly to big cool thing is that they had that split in them so i pushed them down over a triangle shaped piece of scrap metal to spread them apart slightly and i took a them file and removed some material slowly until they fit tight. The washers needed some opening up as well so i used a carbide bit on a drill and just gave them a slight skim. Overall everything fits nice and tight it worked out well. The car sat a lot lower as a half inch at the strut might translate to .75" at the edge of the tire. I had to raise it up some to keep my control arms from being at a retarded angle.
One of the old bushings... im not sure why but it got pretty bent out of shape. It looks like it was spinning on the washer maybe while turning? Idk.. but the passenger side bushing is fine. the camberplate bearing is a lot smoother on that side compared to the drivers side so i think that was the problem...
The best part is, i now have enough strut travel to almost put my crossmember on the ground at bump stops.