Every car is a little different, depending on how the car feels. If you kit a bump and seems like the car wants to track one way or the other then I would go with a set.
Answered by Eddy D. from Lorena | Comment 0 0
This will not do anything as far as your wheels hitting something on the car. This is intended to correct the angle of your tie rods to correct handling issues on a lowered car. If lowered enough, the tie rods will be angled up for lack of better terms, and that can cause bumpsteer.
Answered by Karson S. from Hewitt | 1 Comments 0 0
I recently installed this bumpsteer kit on my mustang, the install was easy and after alignment I'm sure they will work great, but I have to ask those who may know better than me, would this kit benefit from a dust boot? I've been told these won't last as long as a normal tie rod end.
Asked by Stephen R. from Lumberton | Comment 0 0
Adding a dust boot to a bumpsteer kit will likely cause more issues that it solves. There would be no way to completely seal it so moisture and dirt will still intrude and then be trapped around the joint and actually cause more damage that being wide open. Because these are intended more for track use, in a daily driven situation they will indeed have a shorter lifespan that a traditional tie rod end. How much shorter? Can't really say for sure.
Answered by Jonathan M. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
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