RE: [DML] Front Stabilizer Bar
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RE: [DML] Front Stabilizer Bar



I noticed that as well.  I found that on my former car and a few others out 
here there were rubbing marks on the stabilizer and you could here it 
especially in a parking lot.

The fix...easy.  We re-did our front end alignments and the cars drove 
perfect with even tire wear and never rubbed again.

A worn Tie Rod End can also cause the rubbing as was the case with my former 
car but the Tie Rod was in a few too many threads.  The PO probably moved it 
in to compensate for the worn TRE.

Jeff in NC


>From: Todd Nelson <tan5732@xxxxxxx>
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>To: DMC-News <dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Subject: [DML] Front Stabilizer Bar
>Date: Tue, 23 Aug 2005 13:08:56 -0400
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>List:
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>Martin Gutkowski reminded me of this today when I read his reply to Nate 
>about his new car.  I have noticed for a while that whenever I make sharp 
>turns with the wheel all the way to one side, usually in a parking lot.  My 
>tires will rub on the front stabilizer bar, I can tell since there is a 
>shiny spot rubbed into the bar.  I assume this is not normal, so what could 
>be causing this and how do I fix it?
>
>Thanks,
>Todd Nelson
>1561, Vermont
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