Question about 1997 Chevrolet Blazer
I am having problems with suspension. put new shocks on last summer, just put on new tires. i also put new bushings on sway bar. if on a curvy road rear end feels like it is coming around. i think you call it pitching and rolling. just does not feel stable. please help if possible . thanks
Check the front torsion bars for play or slack, these trucks love front balljoints check them with the truck jacked up under the control arms with a prybar lift the wheels up and down , also the rear diff torsion arms and the rear springs for broken leafs, also could be a camber/caster issue you may have the allignment checked please rate this -jeff
Posted on Sep 01, 2008
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