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When I got my 96 G20 I liked the suspension because I can feel the road ( it is hard). When I drove my friend's 95 G20t I realised that my 96 G20's suspension is hard. Is anything wrong with my 96 G20's suspension and do I need to replace my 96 G20's strut?

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nakees said:
When I got my 96 G20 I liked the suspension because I can feel the road ( it is hard). When I drove my friend's 95 G20t I realised that my 96 G20's suspension is hard. Is anything wrong with my 96 G20's suspension and do I need to replace my 96 G20's strut?Thanks
Hmm.. that's strange.. usually when your struts go out, your ride gets bouncy.. because the struts aren't slowing down the spring..
 

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Did someone put aftermarket springs or struts/shocks in your car? if so that might cause it too. If you can see, what color are your struts/shocks, and what color are your springs, and are there any colored stripes on them?

Also... is it rough going up bumps, or down off of dropoffs?
 

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Yes it is rough going up bumps and down off of dropoffs. I think my G20 still have the original struts. BTW is it because it has done 130K miles with the original struts?

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Mileage shouldn't have anything to do with this. Shocks/struts wear out and get softer over time, not harder.
 
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