[200q20v] Bilstein Sports rear shock <clunk>

Jagernauth, Stephen, BMSLS sjagernauth at ems.att.com
Tue Nov 6 16:51:08 EST 2001

		Phil Rose wrote:
		>But won't a stiffer shock transfer stress to other
components of the
		>rear suspension? Thus I imagine the Bilstein may now induce
a worn
		>rear camber link to make noise--one that was relatively
silent before
		>you changed the shocks.

		OK, ok, I submit since about 5 people suggested worn
bushings reacting to much stiffer stocks.
		If I'm doing bushings, I don't think it's a good idea doing
it half-way or only 1 side.
		How much of an a$$ache am I in for?  Is it DIY or do I need
to get them pressed in?  Plan
		was to have the 200 all done before winter so I could work
on my track toy.  BTW, I don't see a
		rear anti-sway bar.  Are bigger anti-sway bars available to
reduce roll?

		Thanks for all the input,

		Steve Jagernauth sjagernauth at att.com
<mailto:sjagernauth at att.com>
		'91 200tq20v

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