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Author Subject: faulty suspension?
speedo306

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Post #1
Not sure but i changed all suspension parts ie ball joints, stabilising rubbers, bottom mount, cradle bushings, axle bearings, link bar but when driving the wheel gives a shake as if damaged but although i have done these things i even thought the rim was bent it is not bent what could be the problem unnecessary money being spent to solve this problem. Could it be the axles? the problem is happening on the right side of the vehicle.

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RJ
Posted 23rd Oct 2009 at 09:40
paul_gti6_uk

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Post #2
At what speed does the shake start to happen?

Unless your cyclones are balanced spot on then at about 65-75mph you could experience wheel shake. So if you took off your wheels and didnt put them back on the same corners this could possibly be your issue.

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Posted 23rd Oct 2009 at 13:30
speedo306

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Post #3
what do you mean by back on the same corners?

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Posted 23rd Oct 2009 at 17:24
paul_gti6_uk

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Post #4
That the wheels have been put back on in exactly the same place they were taken from. Sot front offside is put back on front offside, front nearside was put back on front nearside etc.

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Posted 25th Oct 2009 at 15:57

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