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Steering drift in '95 G30 van

Old February 12th, 2014, 10:06 PM
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Just got my 94 G20 Conversion Van back from shop. He replaced all 4 shocks w/ KYB quality brand. And refit both rear axles with new bearings. Checked the rear end and re-lubed that, Checked the front end alignment. Adjusted my new brakes (free of charge). And adjusted the steering gear-box, eliminating some slop that was there.

I'll be taking it on the highway in the net few days and report back. Already it feels soo much better. I don't get that queasy feeling steering it above 50 mph. I'll see how it feels at proper hwy speed.

Question - for a 94 G20 Conversion beastie, can anyone state their opinion about best tire brand/spec for this tank? ... thanks

Also also - does a front end air-dam help with handling too?

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