Originally Posted by Slow4V
1. New springs
2. New Struts
3. BumperSteer kit
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OK, here is what in my opinion needs to be done.
1) inspect your frontend, balljoints, tierods, rack, lower control arm bushings, and swaybar bushings, shocks and struts.
2) replace or repair what is bad.
3) after you replace the springs and do the above, get an alignment.
4) K-member and all the others can wait once you get the basics completed. Then once the basics are completed, you would then have a proper base line to work with.
You have to make the determination of what you want with handling characteristics after the base line has been established. But without the basics fixed, how do you know where to start. We all here on this forum can throw ideas at you of what would be nice and what we run to give advise on. But like I said, get the basics cleaned up, then you let us know what you want and we can go from there. You may find out once the basics have been repaired, it is what you were after in the first place, and you may not want to do nothing else. But then again, you may.