This weekend if the weather holds up, im gonna do my stabilizer bushings. I will inspect every mount and bolt under the front end. Hopefully the harder busings don't worsten the vibration.
I was wonding about the rack mounts myself. I should have mentioned this earlier in the thead, but when in a not moving situation (ie: parking space, 3 point turn) and I have to turn lock to lock fast, I get a mild clunk both audiably and and in the wheel. I also had my former roommate turn the wheel lock to lock while I listen for the clunk and look for unwanted movement in the rack/steering/suspension. We could not locate where it was comming from. Inner and outter tie rods are OK, so are the ball joints. Possible I have a few bad bushings, like one went bad and then caused stress on other parts causing them to fail?
It sucks not having a garage anymore. I have amazing mechanical ability but not haveing a garage and the fact that it is dark now when I go into and leave work gives me no opportunity to maintain/repair my car like I would like.
2005 Dodge Magnum R/T-Can you say...HEMI?
1999 Bonneville SSEi-Going Fast...With Class!
1989 WS6/L98 Trans Am-Got Torque?
1999 Grand Prix GT-Wife'* Widetrack
1995 Camaro Z28-Project Bitch