Alignment and Handling question.
This question is for D. and all you other "stick to the road through the twisties" guys.
My truck is dropped 4/5 in the accepted DJM fashion. I also added a 1.25" BelTech sway bar. All this worked well, and other than some under steer at 55+mph through hard corners, it rode like it was on rails. BUT, I discovered that my tie rods were contacting the frame at times, so I flipped them to gain more clearance. The problem I have now is bump steer. I've played with my toe in, and got it to a point where it feels good in a straight line, but through hard corners, the tire will squeal and it gets a bit squirelly if I hit a bump in the turn. My camber is pretty much neutral, and was before the rod flip, but my confidence in cornering has been greatly reduced. This makes me wonder if I should even pursue carving corners, if I can't go lower and still do it. Please help me out with ideas to fix this, 'cause I can't stand slowing down to turn!
Originally Posted by TheStig88
i have more than 2 teeth and i don't screw the livestock...
I DON'T KNOW CHEVYS!