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Old 08-08-2016, 10:57 AM   #11
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True enough about the travel but there's more to this magic. Those shocks are dialled in just right and obviously the beefy tires play a big part (315-75r16). At first I was a bit concerned how the rear leafs would matched up the front end. Obviously the rear doesn't have the same ride quality as the front but so far it does a very good job and both the front & rear feel connected as it should. For a van close to 10,000lbs it's pretty impressive to witness!

Theres only one annoying thing so far with this conversion... Too many people ask me to roll down my window to ask what this thing is! Problem is I have manual window and it's a pain when they are on the passenger's side, Hahaha!

Cheers
David

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