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Old 08-25-2016, 05:41 PM   #51
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...Are RIPs more needed in long WB?
RB's and EB's have the same wheelbase, it's only the body that is different.


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Annie: Drive it for awhile.....if the suspension annoys you, you'll know. If it's fine, be happy and drive it.
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If you feel the front suspension is bottoming out on speed bumps, driveway entrances, and pretty much any time the suspension compresses, thats where the RIP kit will help. I believe it lifts the van an inch or 2 in the front and gives you properly valved shocks for a van. My old Quigley van rattled my brain when I hit bumps, but I sold it pretty so I never got the RIP kit.
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