Join Date: Feb 2007
Location: Ocean Springs, MS
not saying its not... but from my knowledge, which as said is limited in the handling department, as long as the a-arm and tie-rod angles are the same bumpsteer is not an issue.
Makes me feel like changing the tierod angle while leaving the a-arm angle so steep would cause bumpsteer, not fix-it. (yes i read where you are ordering X2 ball's soon)
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