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#1 bha280


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Posted 22 May 2014 - 09:25 AM

I got some Cosmo sleeve-overs and Mookeh pillowball camber plates installed. New tie rods, inner and outer, and new ball joints (the ones that bolt on the control arm) and have a pop when I turn in or back out of the driveway or parking spot.  Question is: is there something that should go between the camber plate and the top of the sleeve-over (with the little metal tophat)? Doesn't look like any of the rubber bits from the stock setup will fit. Should I be looking at a different culprit? Thanks.
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Posted 22 May 2014 - 11:22 AM

Check that the nuts in the top are tight.  The strut rod can turn and loose up.  Happen to my backs twice and I got the clunk pop from it.  If you bounce the car you can see them move up and down.

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