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    Steering clunking noise

    Hey guys,
    Iv recently installed HKS hiper D Coilovers on my 97 Wrx. Iv checked and rechecked it all over. But I have a springy clunking sound when I turn the wheel.
    I'm thinking it's the top hats cos as I turn the wheel I can see the hats twist a little. Is this normal or do they need replacing?
    Any help would be great

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    Did you re-use your existing top hats? Typically people fit new units because the old ones might be worn.
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    Hey, thanks for Helping. Yeah I re-used the original hats, this a bad idea? Would new standard hats work or would it be better to go aftermarket?

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