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Old 12-06-2020, 01:54 PM   #171
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OWL Gear

The van is at Momentum Vans for itís next round of upgrades.

We had the Aluminess rear bumper removed and new OWL gear installed. Tire carrier and Sherpa rack.

The Aluminess box and tire carrier were increasingly difficult to swing out IOT open the rear doors.

OWL gear can stay in place and doors are free to swing open. In addition, it frees up the rear parktronic sensors.

We are also having the VC rear step installed.

Quite a few other upgrades which Iíll post later.
1. New VC supplied Falcon rear and front adjustable shocks
2. Upgrade the Weboost WiFi
3. Shurshade installed
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Old 12-06-2020, 02:35 PM   #172
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Thanks for sharing this. You’ll love the VC additions. What kind of weboost upgrade are you doing?
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Old 12-06-2020, 03:25 PM   #173
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Sorry about the pics, appreciate the info on cropping to make them fit.

Weboost RV Drive X, inside boost signal is better than the system we had installed in 2017 @ Sportsmobile. The current Weboost really only works when the phone is in the phone mount on the dash. The new system will have a booster inside our main panel next to our seating and dining areas. In addition, the cord will allow us to move the interior antenna down to our counter top for closer range if needed, or even to the outside flip-down table.
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Old 12-11-2020, 07:25 PM   #174
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Van Compass Falcon Shocks

The new Falcon adjustable shocks are in. Both front and rear are adjustable. They look to be significantly easier to read and adjust on the logging roads Iíll be using them on.

The Fox rear adjustable shocks were great, but difficult to get an actual read on where they were. I simply went by number of clicks either left or right.
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it would be very interesting to hear how well they work, when u have had a chance to use them,,
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