Front anti-roll bar & drop link question
As well as numerous other bits I have sorted on the car over the past week, I was pretty impressed at replacing the front and rear anti-roll bars from standard to the Eibach kit. The difference in handling is unbeliveable, and anyone considering upgrading their bars I would definately recommend the Eibach setup.
However, I still have a knock from the front nearside, normally when pulling away from a standstill. Which is exactly the same problem I had prior to changing the roll bars. The cause of the knock - I noticed that the nearside drop link was hitting the suspension fork.
I also replaced the drop links with the new roll bar, but must admit, I have used QH pattern drop links, and I believe that the same is happening with these droplinks. I'm sure someone on the forum mentioned that it is worth using the OEM drop links with the Eibach bar.
Just to add, I have now replaced the following on the front suspension:
- Steering Rack
- Powerflexed Upper Wishbones
- Lower Wishbones
- Eibach ARB
- Koni Shock Absorbers & Springs
- Strut Top Mounts
- ARB Drop Links
- Track Rod Ends
...so the whole front setup is like brand new.
As a last resort, would it be worth giving the OEM drop links a go?
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