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Old 4th May 2010, 12:22   #16
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No not yet resloved. Maruthi have ordered for the two tie rods. Not yet arrived.

What do you plan to do? can we meet up to see and discuss
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No not yet resloved. Maruthi have ordered for the two tie rods. Not yet arrived.

What do you plan to do? can we meet up to see and discuss
i gave my car for wheel alin and balancing it seems to be ok but i am not confident about the drive
sure dude lets meet up this weekend sms me your number on 9845242696

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To my knowledge I would suggest to have a look at the tire wear.
If tire thread is jumpy ,I mean the surface of the thread uneven,
Then change all the wheel bearing & king pin. Set wheel alignment (toe in to 5d+). Camber nothing can be done. Go for heavier steering damper.
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