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Bought a used Mitsubishi Lancer w/97k on the odo, rides a bit "harsh" Is It time for shocks/ springs & bushings?

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Its normally the bushes which need replacing first however if you replace shocks/springs & bushes you will 100% sure to eradicate any steering or handling problems.

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