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  1. Hey sorry for the slow reply. Didn't get notified that anyone replied. Since I have Koni struts, I went with Koni's own bump stop. Part number 70.34.95.000.0 I agree with you. Some of those poly bump stops aren't any different than not having bump stops at all.
  2. So I checked over the suspension and yes, there are definitely needle bearings in the top hats below the camber plates. I have bearings for the springs on order so I'll see if they help. Yes sir, I was talking about those. I realize now those bearings aren't actually dealing with rotation of the shock body directly. I'm going to be heading to the alignment shop again soon, as I have installed some adjustment in the rear I would like to dial in. I'll ask them to take a look at the fronts again once I install the bearings and new bump stops.
  3. Thanks for the replies. This just happens on the left side. The right side seems to have no wear whatsoever, and the spring and strut tube turn together smoothly. I'll double check if they came with bearings in the hats. I know that the gold blocks in the T3 camber plates have bearings built in. So in short, I need those bearing top hats in addition to the bearings already in the camber tops? The coilovers came pre-assembled from T3 before the install. I'll have to check if they had the hats with bearings, if not I'll definitely be getting a set.
  4. Hi everyone, I was wondering if anyone could help me with a problem concerning my left front coilover. I have new T3 coilovers on the car along with camber plates that I installed relatively recently. I have maybe driven ~200 miles since the install, however I have noticed when turning left at low speeds (such as backing out of a parking spot), the spring and perch will bind causing a really loud "pop" noise. Please see linked video. Apologies if the size is large, I couldn't figure out how to change it. As you can see by the sharpie ma
  5. Found what I was looking for. Thanks everyone. Moderators, I wish to close this thread.
  6. Hi, first post here! My 1974 Datsun 260Z... I am daily driving it now, but I want to put more serious work into it!
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