Hey! Watch it, Goose!Worn bushings due to excessive understeer as the result of driving too fast on snowy and slippery roads.
Well, mine's finished. They didn't have the car that long. I can't find the receipt, or I'd list the time. It was the sway bar bushings. The replaced them and also noticed that the "left center bolts were de-threaded and damaged." They replaced them/that as well. Yeah, it's a big difference driving it around. Much quieter over the bumps.
I felt that the alignment was way off because the truck was darting around the road over surface imperfections. It felt like both front wheels were toed-in. I don't know if it's just me, but so far, that seems to be less pronounced. Am I crazy, or does replacing those bushings and whatever damaged bolts those were help with tracking?