SUS­PEN­SION OF DIS­BE­LIEF

Classic Car Weekly (UK) - - Buying & Selling -

If the tyres have worn un­evenly or the han­dling feels way­ward, the rear sus­pen­sion might have been knocked out of align­ment by the wheels be­ing kerbed, bend­ing the ra­dius arms. They can’t be re­vived but new ones cost £55 each. The front wheels also get kerbed eas­ily, bend­ing the tie rods; re­place­ments are £20 per side. There’s a knuckle joint be­tween the sus­pen­sion cone and arm which wears; try to put your hand be­tween the top of the tyre and the whee­larch. If it won’t fit, it’ll cost £55 per cor­ner to get it fixed. It’s easy enough to do your­self.

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