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RE: DCO's and Suspension Woes (Hey, I'm a poet!)

To: Jason Dutt <>,
Subject: RE: DCO's and Suspension Woes (Hey, I'm a poet!)
From: Larry Hoy <>
Date: Tue, 18 May 1999 10:20:18 -0600
Do you have an anti-sway bar?  Did you replace the bushing that hold the
bar?  Did you lubricate them?

Larry Hoy

> -----Original Message-----
> From: []On
> Behalf Of Jason Dutt
> Sent: Tuesday, May 18, 1999 9:26 AM
> To:;
> Subject: DCO's and Suspension Woes (Hey, I'm a poet!)
> > I've done just about everything to the car myself from rebuilding the
> > carburetor to replacing the top and installing a new dash and
> > thought I was
> > beyond stripping threads.
> >
> John, I couldn't relate more.  It amazes me sometimes how much I've really
> done (successfully, mind you) myself on my car, and yet still manage to
> screw up some of the dumbest, simplest things.  It's a great way
> of keeping
> yourself humble.
> Now, about that suspension... <g>
> I did get a single response from this (thanks Denise), but just wanted to
> post it again to see if there were any more thoughts before I attacked it.
> My newly rebuilt suspension is sticky, especially in the front.
> I can pull
> up on the wheel well and it will stay up about an inch from it's original
> position.  Same thing happens if I lift the car.  When I set it down, the
> ride height is about an inch higher in the front than when I lifted it.
> After I drive around the block, it settles back down.  I've checked with
> several sources and the general concensus is that it should never
> stick like
> that.  Any suggestions?
> =J=

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