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Lower my car 1.5 inch(H&R lowering spring)...put new control arms w/bushings,ball joints, bilstein struts, and axles. now driver side axle looks short in length. can see cv boot streching to much.match...

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Here are all the specs for the Windstar.


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Maximum +0.25°
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Minimum +3.05°
Maximum +4.55°
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Maximum +0.20° Clear Vision [2]

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Jerking motion in front end when applying brakes etc


I take it you mean the 2 large round bush rubbers, at front of the sub-frame with the large bolt through the center ?

Usually if they are shot, you can see the splitting in them, if they look OK, I do not think this is your problem

What about the 2 Top front cross member mountings, they have a habit of splitting away from the bonding, and this can give strange jerking problems.

Jack up the car on the cross member, and support the body on the 2 front jacking points, better to remove the wheels, and lower the jack a little, and you should be able to see any problem with them straight away, and see even better if you lever with a large screwdriver.

I hope this is of help.

Good Luck


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