Uhg. :doh: I'm always doing that. I must be dyslexic. I really meant UNDERsteer. Thanks for that. You're absolutely right. I'll correct my original post.Actually, just the opposite happens. Stiffer in front adds understeer. A stiffer front end means that, when cornering, most of the lateral load transfer is absorbed by the outside front tire, since the front end resists roll more. The extra load on the outside front tire causes it to slip more, hence the understeer. You can stiffen the front with springs, or with a larger anti-sway bar.