Originally Posted by Strongjeff
Good to hear it fixed now!
Yep. No more peened shock.
What is disconcerting, though, is that during the last 25% of the steering wheel's travel on a hard turn sitting still/slowly turning into a parking-space, the steering still feels "jerky". Is this just normal? I don't know how tight these things are turning, really, but my Corvette and 370Z with wide tires would feel similar because the inside/outside of the tires turned at different rates and the tire would "skip/slip" doing the same thing, but it felt kindof different.
I badly need new tires, and will see if hte new tires make it feel different. Thoughts? (oh, my tires squeak HORRIBLY over painted lines, and blacktop parkinglots with that sealer on them, making me think that the tight turning radius is stressing the tread as mentioned above.)