Anybody else ever experience rear bump steer when going over a bump. The rear of the car seems to shift alittle to the side. My 67 is stock but has rear air shocks. I've lowered the air pressure to no avail. Looking forward to any suggestions.
You rear shocks are probably worn out, air shocks are not known for exceptional dampening even when new. A pair of new rear shocks is easy to install and pretty cheap. If the air shocks are needed to lift a sagging rear do to worn out springs, it would be a good idea to replace those (the springs) also.
Thanks for the response. I was planning on replacing the air shocks and just wanted to know if this was common for the lifgt weight mustangs. My other cars that had air shocks never did have bump steer.