I think I might have a broken rear spring.
Took the car for quick test drive today and sent little bump I hit, I could hear a thud like it was bottoming out. Come to see when I got home, the driver side rear is squatting really bad. I forgot to take a pic but a good 2 inches. Did I break a spring? I can't see anything from underneath.
Be sure nothing is interfering with the shocks travel on the sagging side as you said something about a muffler clamp making contact
You are very welcome
If you are talking about replacing the trailing arm bushings let me know as I can steer you in the right direction as there is a Major issue regarding replacement trailing arm bushings on our car at this point in time
All available bushings on the market are short lived except for an after market supplier who is making replacement arms for our cars
Well thanks for the tip.
Do have to replace the whole control arm?
Dan McNarry makes new arms with poly bushings that are not stock but stronger and not easy to see because they are under the car
They are the only true bushing replacement solution we now have at this time that will give you more than 400- 600 miles before the new replacement bushings will go bad which is not acceptable at all
Dans contact info is in —Part Supplies — in the header under Dan’s control arms
Your very best solution for those bushing replacements
Dan is a SUPER CAR GUY and amazing engineer
Thanks again wow this club is awesome
Just priced bushings on OPGI and its nearly $400 just for the bushings. Smh
All on market are the same bushings as only one company makes them no matter what supplier you use —- Junk