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Suspension change

Question : I NEED your advice on the changing of my car's suspensions.

I was advised that I need not change the suspensions at the rear of the car but only the front. Is this correct ?

If the car is over 10 years old, don't you think it is wise to change the suspensions at the rear as well ?

Must we change the suspensions if the car is only for city use where the road is good and smooth ?

Answer : Why are you changing the suspension  If you are changing it because the suspension is sagging, then you only need to replace it with an original spec suspension.

However, if you are thinking of upgrading the suspension for performance, then you should change both the front and rear as a complete set-up.

If you upgrade the suspension to uprated springs and shocks, you may find the ride quite rough and not as comfortable.

In the end, it all depends on what you want.

 
   
 

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