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Old 03-09-2009, 02:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
fastsvo
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Default Do I really need a bumpsteer kit?

Hi Guys,

Please help me decide if it's worth the PITA and added alignment time and expense to install a bump steer kit. Below is my combo and this is just a daily driver with frequent canyon runs for fun (1991 GT).

Stock K-member, arms, spindles....
JBA 600# Blue springs (sits low, but was missing the spring isolators which have been added now)
MM center drilled rack bushings
MM steering shaft
ProCi CC Plates (one long supplied spacer (15mm) underneath the plate, two short (10mm x2) spacers on top for the strut shaft - clears hood!)
Bilisteins (std) all around (These struts came with their own bolts, should I use them or stick with the OEM setup?)
Suspension Techniques front and rear swaybars (this might be overkill -any comments?)
The above also includes poly sway bar and end link bushings


Anyways....I have a BAER bumpsteer kit sitting around, but after reading about properly setting it up...I think I want to call it quits now. Will I regret this decision later? I am hoping the favored 90-93 outer tie rod will pick up the "slack" or is that wishful thinking?

Thanks in advance.

-Eric
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