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Need Suspension help

Discussion in 'Suspension' started by ecjr173, Nov 26, 2012.

  1. ecjr173

    ecjr173 [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Eli
    Buena Park, Ca.
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    07 TRD Sport PreRunner SR5
    Hey guys not sure if I can describe my issue but here it goes. I have icon coil overs set at about 2.5". The rear of the truck is stock height. I know it's got some bro lean going but that will be fixed with wheelers progressive aal. So my issue is that my truck gets thrown all over the road when I go over some rough patches of road (Potholes, bumps in the road). My steering wheel rattles and shakes during this. My truck rides great if the road is smooth but once i hit the rough patch, it's all over the road. What can be causing this. Is this normal.

    Thanks
     
  2. SconnieHailer

    SconnieHailer PutterClutch

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    Marc
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    Checked steering links? Over rough roads my steering column clunks by my feet which is normal for 2nd gens.

    That's all I got...

    ~M
     
  3. ecjr173

    ecjr173 [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Would there be anything else that can cause my truck being thrown all over the road on a rough patch. I'm not feeling or hearing any clunking by my feet from the steering column.
     
  4. ae111black

    ae111black Well-Known Member

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    Da Kine 255's
    Caster and tie rod angle will induce bump steer. Sounds like you need a set of aftermarket UCA's and a good alignment.
     
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