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My 94 9C1 has hight miles, and the front end had alot of play and wander. Goal... to tighten up front end. I did this by replacing badly worn tie rods, installing polly bushings on new stablerizer links, getting an alignment done at Fire Stone center, and taking a 3/4 turn on the steering box adjuster bolt. Now I know that everybody has an oppinion as to how I could of and should of done this differently, but the bottom line is my car cutting corners like it never has before. And total cost under $100.
 
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I just did the Roadmaster on Monday. I replaced the inner/outer tie-rods, adjusting sleeves, shocks, center link and idler arm. Total cost for the project was $200. I used a combination of Moog and TRW suspension parts. The parts store had two listings for Monroe SensaTrac, a standard and heavy duty. I chose the HD shock and am VERY happy with the ride. The carhas alot less float than it had before.

I also replaced the tires and had an alignment done. The car feels much more stable now, it feels like a new car. Well.... new to me at least.
 
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