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Old 10-20-2020, 07:54 AM   #1
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Pace Arrow suspension fixes

First off I would to thank all who answer my question posts. And with answers come more questions. Please don't abbreviate your fixers. Like CHF. Which I found out on You tube means cheap handling fix. The fix that I have seen involves changing the front control bar or track bar link position. It involves moving the link to another hole on each side of the bar. Nice idea but on my 1999 Pace Arrow vision there is an offset bracket between in the bolt holes. It's there for a reason and I don't think removing it is wise. See attached photo. The rubber bushings look fairly new so I don't think they need to be changed. So what else can be done to improve handling on the road?
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That bracket just flips around, remove the bolts and viola. Make sure the rig is on level ground, or you will have pressure on the sway bar, and will need a jack to lift up the low side of the bar to get the bolts back in. Check out the Cheap handling fix in the Ford forum.
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