Originally Posted by Jsweezy
I wouldn't buy a 4wd van that wasn't on of the Quigley/Quadvan/Ujoint/Agile/MG types.
Heh. Sure, if I did it over again today, with an e-series, I'd get an agile conversion, unless I moved to the other side of the country, in which case I'd go ujoint. (I'm discounting MG at this point, only because I've already experienced roughly that setup. -- Unless they can get me a CARB compliant cummins swap.
) But I have considerably more resources now than I did in 09. Then again, that could change pretty quickly.
I still don't regret buying the one I did. I don't think they made more than about a couple k in labor (and seemed happy with that) after you figure the base vehicle and the axles, which isn't unreasonable. I do wish their sales guy had known of and/or explicitly discussed some shortfalls.