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Old 09-01-2010, 02:24 AM
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have a 97 sh i changed 2 front rotors and brake pads and 2 rear pads,new 2 tires but i hear vibrating on d passenger rear tires and sometimes in d front when im on gear when i put it on neutral i dont hear the noise.last time i rotate the tires i see the coil over(skunk2)springs very loose it really annoys me when im driving it sounds like my car is about to fall off on d ground.i have all 4 tokiko blues around and skunk 2 coilover i just purchased this car last week i was really disappointed on d ride and handling please help i cant drive this car too far because im scared
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Re: question new prelude owner

hmm what kind of vibrating? is it soft and annoying or violent and loud? check for knots in the tire. make sure ur lugs are tight also.
oh yeah u said ur springs are loose? how so?
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Sounds like the perches backed off. Or its adjusted below the recommended drop. Not sure as I don't see pictures on the subject.
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thanks guyz i think youre right the perches bac off i have to lift d car again and tighthen it the sound is like a clanking noise not grinding it clanks
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Why so many D's???
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oh it was more of a suspension question. i read it wrong sry
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