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I agree I have them on the back it even out the (archive)

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Posted by DENSON///M on October 06, 2000 at 22:26:40:

In Reply to: Re: What I noticed with mine..............m posted by Gnat on October 06, 2000 at 14:50:44:

I might need to brace the back as well since I have noticed that it seems softer in the rear with the strut brace installed in the front.

Anyone agree/disagree with doing the rear as well as the front?


I put on strut brace and x-brace at same time and noticed the same tightening that you experienced. I didn't noice any difference in ride though.
It's funny though that the next time I tracked my car after these were installed that the car felt light in the front on turn in, there was no loss of steering responce it just felt like I didn't have the same turn in feel. I like the mods though.

car during hard turn.Also keep both wheel down durning sharp turn.....

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