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My car is lowered .75 inches and I still rub with a conservative wheel setup

 
Old 02-11-2019, 01:55 PM
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Possible it could also have a bent control arm or knuckle.
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when you have an impact you can have a multitude of damaged parts that can only be diagnosed by a suspension specialist or Honda dealer

I just hit a curb with my 2016 Honda Civic after sliding on some ice at a measely 20 km/hr speed, the electric steering rack was pooched and bent internally. I looked at every suspension part but it turned out being the steering rack, not saying yours is the rack but just saying it can be hard to spot without some experience and specialized tools.
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Originally Posted by s2000Junky View Post
Possible it could also have a bent control arm or knuckle.
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when you have an impact you can have a multitude of damaged parts that can only be diagnosed by a suspension specialist or Honda dealer

I just hit a curb with my 2016 Honda Civic after sliding on some ice at a measely 20 km/hr speed, the electric steering rack was pooched and bent internally. I looked at every suspension part but it turned out being the steering rack, not saying yours is the rack but just saying it can be hard to spot without some experience and specialized tools.
Thanks to y'all for pointing that out. I'll be taking it to a S2000 specialist shop to have those checked out.
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