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dea7hr0w
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dea7hr0w Jun 22, 2:09am - #22169 
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Need Help: Understeer with KYB AGX shocks

I got half of my shocks in today at toyota, the front struts...now while my first turn into a main street i noticed that i had to turn my steering wheel 1/4 of the way in order to make a right/left... already i feel as if i dont lke it, i used to the sensive feeling what can i do ?!!?

thats right i only have the front shocks on, the back has not been installed yet, but will i still have this problem when the set has completely installed ?? help me !! if its liek this i may have to return the item.. confused
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Steven Jun 22, 5:05am - #22170 
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If I am correct, understeer is when the front tires make a larger turing arch than the rear wheels which could mean that the front tires loose traction and slide while the rear tires keep traction. Is this what is occuring?
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dea7hr0w Jun 22, 7:40am - #22171 
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actually i might of used the wrong term, but thanks for correcting me, actually when turn my steering wheel it takes more of a rotation then i usually make... how do i fix that problem ?
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Steven Jun 22, 7:50am - #22172 
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I think it might just be in your head, unless your steering was altered.
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dea7hr0w Jun 23, 2:35am - #22173 
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if my steering was altered, how can i fix it ?
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