> On 30 Mar 2005 11:33:37 -0800, firstname.lastname@example.org (kezoe) wrote:
>>When we get rain, it knocks underneath. Normally on braking or
>>cornering/body roll. It doesn't do it in the dry, only when it rains
>>for a day or two.
> Worn rubber bushes which allow movement in the wet but not when dry?
Yes, more specifically, one or more of the steel sleeved bushes is just
loose enough to move when it is lubricated by water but not when it is dry.
Most likely the front of the rear radius rod or the panhard rod ends, but
could be any of the other steel sleeved bushes. An early repair will save
wear to the cheek plates that clamp the inner sleeve of the bushes, or in
the case of the front of the rear radius rods, the shoulder on the rod.