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I have a '00 Chevy Camaro Z28, that has undergone some suspension upgrades.

- Bilstein shocks
- Eiback springs
- SLP strut-tower
- Upgraded anti-sway bars (much thicker than the OEM)

All the work was done by FX Performance a couple of years ago, which was an independent shop that specialized in Ferarris.

Since the upgrade, the car's steering is leaning towards right a bit. I've got the car's alignment checked by three different shops, and the alignment is coming out to be perfectly straight. There are no damages to the wheels, and the tires are balanced recently as well.

I rarely drive this car now, but I took it out yesterday for the first time in awhile, and the problem really bugged me.

What could be wrong? :confused: :shrug:


 

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Interchange the right and left front wheels and if the car's steering problem changes to the left then it is a tire problem--i.e., only fixable by replacing tires.
 

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Interchange the right and left front wheels and if the car's steering problem changes to the left then it is a tire problem--i.e., only fixable by replacing tires.
Ah, a good idea. Thanks for the input! :up:
 
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