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Lowered. Now clunking

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    • Apr 19, 2017 2:41:55 pm
    I lowered my 08 tC with twin street basis. I didn't go the lowest they could. Still a good inch 1/2 between wheel wells.
    Had car aligned and new tires and replaces both front axels.
    There is clunking when I turn, and vibration (slight) when I accelerate. And advice??

    Lance
    • Apr 20, 2017 12:00:29 am
    • Edited 1 times, last by sciontc_mich on Apr 20, 2017 12:01:22am.
    WhiteMamba08 wrote:
    I lowered my 08 tC with twin street basis. I didn't go the lowest they could. Still a good inch 1/2 between wheel wells.
    Had car aligned and new tires and replaces both front axels.
    There is clunking when I turn, and vibration (slight) when I accelerate. And advice??

    Lance


    only thing I can think of is to make sure the springs are not shifting in their perches. And to check the top strut mount (the one that rotates), if it's original then I'm not surprised it's going bad.

    edit: If you got aftermarket axles, then that can be the source of your vibration. The aftermarket do not have the dampers to stop vibrations.
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