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Any advise? I installed 2" rear springs and adjusted the front keys to lower my 02 and now I can feel the 22's bouncing on the slightest bumps....
 

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I havent experienced it, but I heard that if you do the torsions, its very bouncy. Best way is to use front spindles. I used spindles on both of my lades, and very happy with it.

Do what he said above. Maybe raise it up a tiny bit?
 

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Depending on what size tires you went from to the 22's, and your roads you drive on, the ride maybe much more harsh, you will get used to it. I know from going from 18's in the winter to 22's in the summer there is a big difference in ride, and although the 18's do not look as nice, I don't mind putting them on due to the better ride it gives me. As said depending on how much you adjusted the t-bar that could give your ride more bounce too
 

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Thanks for the tips.
I will try and adjust the front up a bit and see if the bouncing lessens.
 

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I was thinking that...but did not want to add insult to injury . Obviously , ride will suffer. However , minimizing it with the suggestions here should help. Good luck.
 
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