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Old 17th March 2010, 23:26   #16
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Another point to note here is that after 10 years and 1.6 Lakhs, the springs in the Lancer also would be experiencing metal fatigue and would also be adding its share in harshness of ride. So if you want a ride fresh from the factory, look at entire suspension overhaul which would include new shockers, springs and bushes. If this is done, I don't think you'll need to change just for improving ride
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