It's a Good Friday!! Don't miss this!

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  1. Jarrod@latemodel

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    Since tomorrow is Good Friday, we figured we could make today and all weekend just a little better for everyone! Use the coupon code "GOOD7" for an extra 7% off your order from now until 4/1/13 11:59PM CST! Head over to the site (http://latemodelres.to/10kziQT) now!

    Our call center will be closed 3/29/13 to spend time with our families over the Easter Weekend! We will be back bright and early Monday 4/1/2013. Happy Easter everyone!
     
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    Today is the last day. Don't miss out on this discount code.
     
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    Heya Jarrod,

    2 ish years ago, I bought a 06 V6 vert for my wife. I looked through the handling packs for thee V6 and didn't see anything that would address my misgivings about the suspension/handling on her car.

    Symptoms:

    That little rear end stutter that you get in a corner when going over a bump. It kinda feels like one or both rear tires leaves the surface for a fraction of a second before regaining ground then wiggles a bit before settling back in. Maybe the need for a better control arm? Not sure. Third link?

    Need for a limited slip in the rear.

    What's going to keep the rear of the car planted?
     
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    I had a rear end noise on my 2006 as well. Mine was a V8, I wouldn't say that my car never felt un-planted, but there was a popping noise for sure. I replaced everything at once since my strut mounts were popping as well.

    I did lower control arms, upper arm, shocks, struts, pan hard bar and strut mounts. Noise went away immediately. The bushings in my lower driver side control arm looked bad.
     
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