Rick D. Posted March 13, 2009 Share Posted March 13, 2009 I posted this over in the Outback forum and I think I figured out it was the wrong place. So, here it is: I have always been a bit displeased with the understeer on my 06 XT. It seems a lot more pronounced than my 02 Outback Sport. Anyhow, I dumped the stock tires and put on Toyos which have significantly better directional stability and improve the turn-in. But, it still feels like too much understeer. I am considering a heavier rear stabilizer bar, reinforced brackets, and more rigid bushings, including for the front bar. If anyone has done something similar, I'd like to hear about it and more to the point, did those new bushings add much chop? Did they make a difference in transitions? Thanks in advance. OK, so the bushings I'm referring to are the HD non-OEM poly bushings which I am also considering for the front bar and steering rack. I understand I have to put in the HD rear bar mounts too. I had also understood the poly bushes squeek. Any one care to comment? /COLOR] Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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