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Old 10-13-2006, 01:22 AM
jeffrylebowski jeffrylebowski is offline
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The harshness is in the rear. Applying force to the back end does make the car move up and down on its suspension as opposed to squishing the tires. I haven't checked the sway bar however. Even when I installed the new accumulators the ride did not soften. It's really a pain as I just had the front tie rods repaired and the front end of the car rides like butter. But around town, even the smallest crack in the road sounds like I'm going over a curb. As this car was the flagship in the 80's and more of a passenger car than a drivers car I would figure the rear suspension should be second to none.
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