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Author Topic:   Bumpsteer.
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posted November 17, 2001 02:15 PM UIN: 16262997
How important do you think that it is in relation to mod suspension that doesn't have the travel of some other suspensions in other cars? I look at my shock travels.....with the springs I have, there is some travel, but not anywhere near what I used to have on our street stocks and limited cars that were heavier. What do you think?


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posted November 17, 2001 07:17 PM
From my experience on GM stock front end geometry, most all RF wheels tend to toe in in bump, some more than others. If you are able to run tubular tie rods it's not a big deal to correct it. I correct it on all of my cars. It seems that with the RF toeing out
under compression it makes the driver turn left to make a left turn. Just my opinion.

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