Did you ever figured out? I’m on the same boat right now and don’t want to go down the rabbit hole purchasing parts to ultimately find out they didn't help with the bounciness.
My car sees some track time but its mostly a DD so I want a middle ground.
Just fixed the wheel hub. To my surprise, it was the right wheel bearing that was bad. Left one was intact
That cap I’m holding is supposed to be sealing the bearing and isn’t supposed to come out. It was just sitting there when I took the axle nut.
Yeah, I agree. But 254ft-lbs? what needs to be torqued to that number?
I'm running a square setup 19x10 with 285s all around as well. Just lowering with the stock wheels can really increase the wear on them if you don't re torque all the bushing bolts. There is a thread here that mentions all...
Found them on a random website. Rock Auto has some that will be 100 for both. But I still went ahead and bought OEM ones. $230 total. I don't wanna cheap out on important things like these.
Also, my bearing truly gave out now. Cant take semi hard right turns now without it making excessive noise.
I honestly am starting to think it could be a bad wheel bearing. Because of the grinding noise.
For example, I know I have a tight clearance on the passenger side between the frame and my headers and it never makes a noise when turning left. In other words, I don’t think the motor mounts allow...
I’m chasing the same noise. Does yours sound like metal to metal, but as if something that’s rotating is making contact with another metallic piece?
I’ve got some pointers but I’m almost certain it might be the header hitting something. Although it doesn’t quite explain the rotating bit of the...
I was considering going this route. I technically just have hairline cracks on them right now. But I think I ended up snatching some Whiteline bushings that are softer than Steeda's bushing inserts. (I say I think because from what I've read, these have been discontinued)
I don't wanna just do...
Yeah... Borla and Magnaflow are very misleading with some of their mufflers/resonators. Sadly I'm not in AZ but if you ever feel like shipping it, lmk. It's been a huge headache to try and find a true 3" that will fit the Mustang.