I don't post here often, but i frequent the sub forum to learn.
I have a 99 DC4 w/ Koni/GC set up, F&F rear LCAs, ASR 24mm sway bar + sub frame brace + spherical end links.
Recently, when traveling slowly (entering/exiting my drive way for example) and the chassis is forced to twist a little, the right rear section of the car "pops". Its sufficient to the point that i can feel the "pop" right through the rails of the seat.
As far as i can tell I have installed everything correctly, I have double checked to make sure that the sub frame has not cracked/torn, not bolts are loose/sheared off. Nothing appears to be out of whack.
I have had a new set up installed for about 6 months now, and up until a couple weeks ago it was problem free. However, I have noticed that sometimes the right rear of the car feels "softer" than the left rear. I do not track/abuse this car in any way, but i do from time to time stretch its legs on some twistys. Could the sway bar be too big and causing too much stress? Are my end links not set up right? I am in no way an expert of suspension, but I am not a moron by any means when it comes to cars.
Here are a couple pics for reference so anyone with a keen eye can pick out something that looks out of whack...any input/suggestions would be GREATLY appreciated. Please help me, its driving me insane/scaring the hell out of me.
These were taken with both rear wheels off the ground, I can provide more/better pictures if anyone has any suggestion.
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