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Old 11-12-2012, 09:50 PM   #9
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^As Stated,

Proper alignment, proper bushings and good tires are the cure for this.


I've been harping on people to replace their control blade bushings when these 'fish tail' type threads come up. I've yet to hear anyone replace them and post back. But I'm confident it will help the problem, it did on my cars.
You can't expect worn parts to function as they should.
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