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Unread 06-14-2008, 06:20 PM   #1
nkatzboy
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IRO 4" Lift Massive DW

I installed the IRO 4" lift, rear heavy swaybar, dual stabilizer kit and 32" tires in Oct. on my 04 grand. in the last 4 months i've been getting massive DW. I've already spent around a thousand bucks on Ball joints, tire balancing, alignments and bushing with few results. I've been through the IRO checklist like 4 times and contacted IRO and still nothing. The only suggestions i've had is installing the IRO Critical path upgrade kit. Has anyone had this problem and found a fix or any other suggestions.

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