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Old 08-26-2013, 08:44 PM   #11
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Re: 2wd Gravel Road Suspension upgrade

Originally Posted by my3kids

To clarify .. if I wanted to convert my 2WD 2006 E350 RB into a 4WD Dana 50 TTB setup it would cost about $5,800.00 ??? If yes then this is definitely something I want to consider. I already have a V10 Quigley and don't need another solid axle van .. I would prefer just 4WD .. a Dana 50 TTB would be a good fit for me.

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Ray, don't get too excited - that price was for a 4x4 van - you would also need the transfercase, driveshaft, shift linkage, etc. So, I'd guess $10-12K.


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Old 08-27-2013, 11:05 AM   #12
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Re: 2wd Gravel Road Suspension upgrade

Originally Posted by Ford_6L_E350
For the weight of you van you are running too much air pressure.

Try F - 55 R - 60

See if the ride improves

It sounds like I can go quite a bit further on tire pressure. I will try it and see how it handles on the street. It will be interesting to see how low I can go before the TPMS gets angry.

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