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1995 Mercury Grand Marquis Suspension

I can feel every crack I roll over. I got new inner and outer tie rod ends,stabalizing pins,gear box,pitman arm,roters and pads,ball joints greased,and front end alignment.

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JacDempsey, how about shocks/struts? If they are bad, that could be what u need to cruise the highway nice and smooth the way a Grand Marquis should.

Posted on Dec 08, 2008

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