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Jeroen Jeroen is offline
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AFAIK the blacks are standard (not sports). They may take some time to settle, like John suggested. The shocks may also feel a lot harsher if your old ones were worn out badly (and that is what you were used to).

The rideheight should not affect the harshness of the suspension since it doesn't change the springrate.

The nervousness of the ride is most likely affected by the alignment.
The camber and caster quotes look good to me.
Can't tell from your post if the toe settings are toe in or toe out.
If it's toe out, that should explain the nervous steering caracter.

Even IF it's toe out, it's so little that it won't ruin your new tyres, if that's what you are worrying about.

Still I'd have the toe-settings checked...


Old 11-29-2002, 04:21 PM
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