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1995 rear shaking and grounding

Hello, since i've put lowering coil springs on my 95 life is like hell it's grounding over 50 mph in each gear i have even bought a set of adjustable lower arm,new transmission,new driving shaft and it still grounding like hell please help me

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  • ken162 Aug 04, 2008

    nope i don't want to raise it back it look like **** and i'm having a complete urethane bushing kit i don't know if it could raise the problem

  • Marvin
    Marvin May 11, 2010

    Raise it back up



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Check your pinion angle. I bought my car from a guy who changed the tranny upwards of 6 times. i figured that the stock tranny couldn't handle the power but as i checked into it, my pinion angle was wrong. I changed my bushings and put new rear control arms on. Knock on wood its worked longer than any other tranng. Check to see if your leaking out of your tail-shaft on your tranny and if you are i believe that the rear bushing on your tranny is bad as well and that may cause vibration. Also i heard from a guy that the urethane bushings in the back (which I have as well) may cause a problem with your welds that hold the spot where the control arms mount up at. Check into a torque box. I've had no problems but I'm just warning you.

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