phil.hof at ostronic.org
Mon Dec 12 22:30:12 PST 2016
I second this motion. Both the spring plate bushings and the diagonal arm bushings can wear and really throw off your rear alignment. In fact, there is little use in an alignment until after you have checked both of these visually, and by rocking the car severely while watching for movement or squeaking/scraping noises from them. It’s a full day’s job to replace all four pieces and get the ride height correct, but the improvement is well worth it in driving pleasure and tire life.
> Date: Mon, 12 Dec 2016 12:51:41 +0000
> From: "Daniel K. Du Vall" <dduvall at 1peter4-10.org>
> Subject: Re: [T3] Alignment
> Far as I remember that is correct.
> Need to put in a thought here.
> … Might also verify that there is still grommets left on the inner arm mount and the torsion bar where the spring plate is connected.
> My 49 cents,
> Daniel Du Vall
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