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    yes a DAMPINER might work

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    Only in a New York dictionary.
    Like my TL I'm old, overweight and badly maintained but I can still surprise you by how fast I can move.

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    yu no how it bees sun !

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    Piece my bruthers

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    Alright, now that everyone has gotten their kicks; does anyone know where I can obtain a steering DAMPER at a fair price? I'm seeing the NOS OEM stuff going for $400 for a complete assembly, but has anyone know where I can get something for say half that price?

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    Turtle,
    Bracket: just top, but I have seen it is all you need.
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/97-98-99-00-...-/251450687465

    Cheap ass bottom if you want reinforcement:
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    Janky, offer him $20, then powder it or just paint it... Then replace the nasty oil that will be in it with 5W good stuff.
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    Tortugatron, get a hold of Dave Moss and get your suspension set up properly then you won't have a need for a damper. If you really must have one, keep an eye out in the sale threads for a part out. One or two Scott's dampers for the TLS were recently sold for less than $300 (each) over on TLP, just need to keep your eyes open.


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    I was kind of thinking the same thing about getting the suspension dialed in. I haven't had any issues so far with speed wobble (knock on wood), and I do prefer the feeling of not having super stiff steering in low speed maneuvers. I'll drop a line sometime in the near future, since I know I'm due for a valve adjustment as well.

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    "Alright, now that everyone has gotten their kicks; does anyone know where I can obtain a steering DAMPER at a fair price? I'm seeing the NOS OEM stuff going for $400 for a complete assembly, but has anyone know where I can get something for say half that price?"

    I have a couple of OEM dampers that have already had the oil changed,one has 5w and the other 2.5w. I liked the 2.5 w myself
    You are welcome to one if the postage isn't worth more than the part.
    Unfortunately they are for an R so you'd still need to locate mounts for an S
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