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marple
Member
posted December 30, 2001 05:57 PM
my car handles like a pregnant truck most of the time.i have the right weight placemant and stagger.i was considering adding the polyeuathane bushings in front and rear.would this help?i have a big hammer but its useless i cant run with em in the turns.help me pleze!!!


marple
Member
posted December 30, 2001 06:00 PM
oh by the way this is a metric chassis
but am most likely doing some parts swapping

[This message has been edited by marple (edited January 03, 2002).]

marple
Member
posted January 03, 2002 06:43 PM
anybody know anything bout these bushings?i've never tried em.


BK19
Member
posted January 03, 2002 07:43 PM
yes you should get rid of the stock rubber bushings


RangeRover
Member
posted January 08, 2002 07:37 AM
Urethane bushings deflect suspension components less than the softer rubber, so they are on my list of things to have in trying to achieve the right entire package. However,they alone may not correct your severe handling problem. If your percentages on scales and ballast placement look OK, I would suggest really looking into your front suspension setup including: roll center location, caster, camber, and toe.


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