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CARACER22
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CARACER22 Apr 18, 8:16pm - #158239 

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Differential prob? help please

well my car is droped on a pro kit with kyb adjustables, and the problem i am having is when driving bumps and cracks in the road fell really harsh only on the drivers side front. i thought that my stock struts were the cause but after ins. the kyb's its still there but slightly better. one thing i noticed was that when i had the whole front end jacked up with both wheels if i turned the wheel on the PS front the wheel would only turn an inch in either direction, but on the DS front the wheel will tirn about 4 to 5 inches in either direction before if catches in the differential...

IS THIS NORMAL?

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spaztikid Apr 18, 9:47pm - #158240 
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yes... its the stearing axis, think about it, when you turn left your inner wheel has to turn more than your outer wheel because its a tighter turn.
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CARACER22 Apr 18, 9:55pm - #158241 

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yeah but when the front end is jacked up shouldnt there be the same amount of play from right to left?

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eric_h Apr 19, 2:27am - #158242 

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no its still gonna turn the same

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