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Old 11-28-2007, 02:47 AM   #1
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For my 94 se with new rear shocks how do I get better tracking in a high speed corner? New front struts are coming in dec or jan. I am more concerend with what more I can do while replacing them. Like new ball joint bushings. Mine are visably shot and Id like to know if I can replace them without having to do highly detailed adj of the tierod ends etc. What else can I do cheap to keep her stuck in that corner exactly online till I tell her. she * due for tires in Feb. Maybe earlier.
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