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View Poll Results: You DO HAVE the wag/wobble problem and what suspension components you have.
Have wag with relocation bracket 0 0%
Have wag with relocation bracket & stiffer shocks 1 100.00%
Have wag with relocation bracket & adjustable panhard 0 0%
Have wag with relocation bracket & sway bar 0 0%
Have wag with relocation bracket, stiffer shocks, adjustable panhard 0 0%
Have wag with relocation bracket, stiffer shocks, sway bar 0 0%
Have wag with relocation bracket, adjustable panhard, sway bar 0 0%
Have wag with relocation bracket, stiffer shocks, adjustable panhard, sway bar 0 0%
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Old 03-13-2014, 04:13 PM
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Default I DO HAVE Rear end wag/wobble survey

For 2/4 + drops with relocation brackets only.

This poll is for those who DO HAVE the wag/wobble problem and what suspension components you have.

There is a separate poll for those that do not have this problem.

Last edited by Jizanthapus; 03-13-2014 at 04:27 PM.
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