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Old 11 April 2018, 02:02 PM   #1  
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Default 02 STi - suspension refresh - Anti-lift??

Hi Im refreshing a lot of old suspension and steering items on my 02 STi.

Im not a track day persons and this is my daily drive up and down the motorway so some comfort is needed..

Ive bought the Pedders Ez fit kit with slight camber so slightly lower. ( replacing 6 year old BCs)
Whitewhite ball joints and tie rod ends
Whiteline steering rack bushes
Poly front lower control arm bushes .. no added degree or angle.

I also want to replace the aging front arm bushes but do i/should I go down the anti-lift/caster solution, or can I go for Group N replacement solution.

Any and all feedback great appreciated..
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Old 12 April 2018, 02:27 PM   #2  
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Whar r the pedders like thinking of changing to there struts.
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