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Old 08-25-2019, 02:48 PM   #1
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Default G29 Advice for which rear springs to use with rear seat

I just got a 2009 G29 and I am very happy with it except when I have passengers on the rear. It sways around and will pull the inside front tire when turning.

I'm 99% sure heavy duty rear springs will solve my issues, but which ones should I get?

I'd say it will be about 50/50 on having rear passengers or not, I'd like to avoid it riding extremely rough with no rear passengers if at all possible.

I've seen some that come with spacers and some that don't. Are the longer springs going to be a better ride? I don't mind using a spring compressor.

Anyone have any input?
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Old 12-22-2019, 01:35 PM   #2
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Default Re: G29 Advice for which rear springs to use with rear seat

I have same issue.....
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Old 12-31-2019, 01:04 PM   #3
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Default Re: G29 Advice for which rear springs to use with rear seat

I'm not sure that heavy duty springs will solve the problem. I have a similar issue with mine, and it's more a matter of balance than it is of springs. I have had some heavier people on the back seat and have actually had the front wheels come off the ground when going up a hill. So when the weight is lessened on the front end, the steering becomes a lot more squirrely. It might help to add weight to the front end of the cart to offset the weight added to the back seat. Heavier springs would help maintain the ride height in the rear then.
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