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Old 12-28-2009, 09:04 AM   #11
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Re: Joshua Tree trip edit 28 Dec 09

BW ,
With all of the upgrades that you have made you might consider one more and that is a good set of AIR BAGS for those little treks that don't allow you to ( Drive The Trail ) only (Follow It)
this is especially true of the EB models . Plus your center of gravity is
a little higher than the Penthouse models . I have found that they were very beneficial on all of our 4X4 Vans and helped eliminate at least thirty per cent of the Pitch and Yaw that is so readily apparent in top heavy vehicles and they can be adjusted to suit your immediate needs
unlike the Hellwig type anti sway bars that are hard mounted .
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Old 12-28-2009, 10:31 AM   #12
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Re: Joshua Tree trip edit 28 Dec 09

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BW ,
With all of the upgrades that you have made you might consider one more and that is a good set of AIR BAGS for those little treks that don't allow you to ( Drive The Trail ) only (Follow It)
this is especially true of the EB models . Plus your center of gravity is
a little higher than the Penthouse models . I have found that they were very beneficial on all of our 4X4 Vans and helped eliminate at least thirty per cent of the Pitch and Yaw that is so readily apparent in top heavy vehicles and they can be adjusted to suit your immediate needs
unlike the Hellwig type anti sway bars that are hard mounted .
Greggde
thanx bud
will explore the air bags

the pitch and yaw was ok
i really think the Deaver full pack helped a ton

what i was talking about was the trail was
seriously narrow and rocky
i am kinda supprised CellSteve made it UP at night

however, maybe the rains affected the deal

Still, it was AWESOME!
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Old 12-31-2009, 09:24 AM   #13
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Re: Joshua Tree trip edit 28 Dec 09

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what i was talking about was the trail was
seriously narrow and rocky
i am kinda supprised CellSteve made it UP at night
I'm kind of used to narrow and rocky trails. Just ask these guys :


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