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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-25-2011 Thread Starter
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Maximum Motorsport caster camber plate question???

I just installed maximum motorsport c/c plates on my 2004 mustang GT. There is a loud noise that comes from them every time I go over bumps in the road. This make the ride quality of my car suck. This is a daily driver and the noises suck. Is this normal for these c/c plates to do that???? Is it normal for all c/c plates with the solid spherical bearings to make hard noises over every little bump? Or do I have an defected part???? I though about finding c/c plats with the polyurethane bushings but the manufactures recommend not installing coil overs with them. Any suggestions? Thanks.

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Double check your installation, they shouldn't make any noise. Mine don't. MM is top notch stuff and I hear they have pretty decent customer service, so if worst comes to worst give them a call and they should be able to walk you through things and offer up a solution.



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If you installed them with that mountain of spacers on the tops like they recommend, check you hood and make sure they're not hitting the hood. Ive fixed a couple sets like that and the were noisy as hell.

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Double check your installation, you may have the spacers set up wrong. Had the same problem with my car.
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Thanks guys I'll take a closer look.
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