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Rear motion from left to right

When driving at speed above 40mph the rear seems to roll side to side-checked obvious suspension/stablilizer/coil springs etc., the springs however look as if they need replaced -does this cause motion side to side-I thought it controlled up and down?

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    dregal400@aol.com feels like your on ice, i've replaced tires,wheels still does the samething driving me crazy!!!!! help!!

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Your springs should not be the issue, the body will rot around them before they do. It sounds like shocks to me. I would probably look into all 4 corners, but the rears at least.

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