Spinning like a cat
Join Date: Sep 2011
Lower wishbones - what to think about when changing
Did the yearly inspection this morning (corresponts to MOT in the UK, but isn't made by a garage but by an independent inspection company) and they found a jerky joint on the left lower wishbone. Not much to argue about, a common problem on old cars in general and Alfas in particular.
Now, I'm planning to change both sides, and to do the job myself. Also I thought I change the bushings and the link rod to the anti roll bar while I'm at it, and do a wheel alignment afterwards.
Is there anything in particular to think about? Part brands to avoid? Hints on how to do the job, etc. etc.