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I have lowered my car, put in adjustable strut mounts, added Tokico D-Specs and Eibach Front sway bar. I have checked a re-checked everything but the rattle is still there. Could it be a wheel bearing or a ball joint? or any other suggestions. Thanks
 

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I've torqued and re torqued everything. Any other possible suggestions? Don't think over tightening would rattle when I hit a bump. Other than that it drives smooth as silk.
 

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It hard to say if it's a wobbling sound or a rattling sound when I hit a bump.
 

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I've tried torquing them and tightning them all the way down. The sound is still there. What bad wheel bearing or ball joint sound like?
 

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I've tried torquing them and tightning them all the way down. The sound is still there. What bad wheel bearing or ball joint sound like?
A bad ball joint could do that, but it sounds a little to coincidental that it started after you lowered the car.
 

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I just figured that when I lowered the car it messes with the geometry of everything that it started to wear on those type of things. The car has been lowered for about a year now. The noise wasn't there from the start.
 

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I just figured that when I lowered the car it messes with the geometry of everything that it started to wear on those type of things. The car has been lowered for about a year now. The noise wasn't there from the start.
Oh... I didn't realize it had been lowered that long.
 
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