[DML] Re: Suspension Symptoms
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[DML] Re: Suspension Symptoms



--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Tell you if you ask." <racuti1@...> wrote:
>Hey Rich.. I have done all ,my suspension bushings in urethane now and 
the difference is great.. very little body roll.. plus I would guess the floating 
feeling would be the front end to high but thats not the case any more with the 
eibach springs..All in all its a totally different ride...Dave.
> I have nearly all the new suspension components necessary for a 
> thorough rebuild of the front end so really, it's a little late to ask 
> this question but I have to ask.
> 
> Some of you have replaced your upper/lower control arm bushings, ball 
> joints, shocks, sway bar bushings and tie-rod ends and reported a 
> marked improvement, please tell me what your problem symtoms were 
> BEFORE you replaced all of these components. (i.e. sloppy 
> steering, "floating" front end etc) I'd like some elaboration on 
> what "clunky" ball joints feel like and what "floating" really refers 
> to. More detail is better.
> 
> You can mail offline or post online, whichever you prefer.
> 
> Thanks in advance,
> 
> Rich A.
> #5335
>









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