Suspension upgrades for bumpy roads?
Sup guys. I am looking into suspension upgrades for a 2000 V6 4-Door Camry.
I've been reading up ons suspension upgrades, and while I would love to have a car that handles like a race car, I live in the DC area where there are lots of potholes, manhole covers, steel plates, etc that I have to deal with.
I know that lowering the car will exacerbate problems with bumpy roads, as well as snow. SO I probably won't go that route, but I will probably put on sway bars and possibly stiffer shocks.
Do sway bars make a ride rougher (not too important too me) or increase the wear and tear on suspension parts like bushings and control arms, etc? Cos even though I try to drive smoothly I do go over abunch of bumps.
Also, how woudl stiffer shocks and particularly sway bars affect handling in snow and icy conditions?