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Rear end anomaly.

Daryl333

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First Name
Daryl
Vehicle(s)
2017 Mustang GT
2017 Mustang GT Premium. 17,xxx miles.
BMR Cradle lockout.
BMR minimum drop springs.
Steeda Billit shock mounts.
Newer Michelin 295/35/20 tires.
Dry road.
Stock shocks.
I just swapped my rear differential Pumpkin (Brand new Ford racing) at a reputable shop.
But now when I go over minimal bumps, most noticeable being manhole covers that are sunk a little lower than the road. My back end jerks to the right when above 25 Mph. This was noticeable before the Cradle kit was installed but was substantially reduced after installing the kit. This only happens on the passenger side rear and doesn't seem to be all of the time. I went back to the shop immediately and they put it up and checked out torques etc. But didn't find anything wrong (I watched them do it). Does anyone have any ideas of what would cause this? Any area specifically to be checked?
Would reclocking the bushings be in order? Does the IRS need to settle after the rear end being apart? The shop is agreeable and willing to work with me so if anybody has any info on what to look at, I would be grateful.
PFA
Thanks.

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