My initial thought is the same as yours that something is wrong with the front springs. I didn't noticed that they were cut, but I also remember the previous owner stating he replaced the front springs and thought that was odd! Why would someone replace just the front springs? The spring pads alone definitely didn't do this and they were this way previously, I just thought the worn suspension and blown out shocks were to blame and the refresh would correct it. I'm thinking I just need to get new springs all around and try out these new adjustments on the LCA's!Something isn't quite right with the front, especially if it's sitting with no fender gap on stock springs. Only thing that would change the ride height like that would be the springs, so perhaps they are cut or aftermarket. I'm not sure if the spring pads alone would cause such a big difference but its worth a shot. Also, I had to double check I was installing my konis on the right side... the fronts and rears are different lengths. Just in case
The front LCA bolts can be used to do some slight adjustments to the camber - here is the PDF.