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1985-1996 Fleetwood and Brougham Forum Discussion, Low buck tips to improve handling on the 77-96 D Body cars? in Past Cadillac Vehicle Discussion; I was just looking for the caprice 9c1 bushings but would definitely try the ones you got. Would you be ...
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    Re: Low buck tips to improve handling on the 77-96 D Body cars?

    I was just looking for the caprice 9c1 bushings but would definitely try the ones you got. Would you be able to send me a link to the thread or the p/n's of the body mounts? How does your car ride with the caprice body mounts?

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    Re: Low buck tips to improve handling on the 77-96 D Body cars?

    I only did my lowers. Should probably do the uppers at some point. It definitely made the car feel more solid.

    http://www.impalassforum.com/vBullet...d.php?t=228472

    If you go to that link, at the bottom they talk about the "Scott Mueller Mod" and I'm pretty sure that's what I did.



    What do we do about the bushings on the front clip?

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    Is the 9c1 front sway bar an improvement over the stock caddy sway bar? I'm going junkyarding tomorrow and will be taking some 9c1 springs home (definitely rear and maybe fronts) and was wondering if I should take the front sway bar as well? (I would take the rear sway bar too, but IIRC, a 90 tow package/350 brougham bar is the same as a 9c1 bar.

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    Re: Low buck tips to improve handling on the 77-96 D Body cars?

    I think they are the same.

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    Re: Low buck tips to improve handling on the 77-96 D Body cars?

    Easiest/quickest way to check/compare bar diameters is to use an open end wrench.

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