Re: factory bilstein shocks??


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Posted by Ben (76.14.17.32) on 17:23:03 06/03/08

In Reply to: Re: factory bilstein shocks?? posted by mitch

Then you don't have a 'cupping' issue

Last picture is of 'feathering' from braking

Or in your case, alignment and/or inflation pressure is too low for your conditions (road, driving style, loading, etc).

You need to have a 'good' tire shop or alignment shop take a look at your setup.

Most likely not alignment, but tire pressure too low and braking hard.

Here are some links to info/HOW2 sites from a quick www.clusty.com search. Can also see that my favorite 2 seater/badge corners on the extreme edge, as many of these sites come from the Nissan 350Z/G35.


HOW TO READ TIRE WEAR





Reading Tire Wear Problems, Larry Carley, Tire Review, December 1996



Irregular Tire Wear - Causes & Solutions







Code 3 Vehicles Tire Wear



Engine mechanics How to read tires






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