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Bellpilot 08-06-2018 09:53 PM

Just looked it up. $2500. Big list of parts as well I can send to anyone interested.

buddy 08-06-2018 10:02 PM

Thanks for all of the input. All great advice. Im still in talks with the owner but hoping we can work something out in the next day or two. I think I will go with the drive it for a while and see option. If this one doesnt work out maybe I will buy a stock van and build it out myself. I really like the regular body as it will be my daily driver also, but it doesn't seem like there are many out there.

buddy 08-06-2018 10:03 PM

Bellpilot if you have that list handy can you send it my way. Thanks

Bellpilot 08-06-2018 11:18 PM

Buddy, will send it your way tomorrow.

Francois 08-07-2018 10:24 AM

The RIP package from Agile was the best upgrade in did to my van. I lived for 125k miles with the stock Quidley and should have done the upgrade a long time ago.

LastBlackE350 08-07-2018 02:23 PM

I self installed the full RIP kit on my Quigley at 6k miles. Properly valved shocks and springs will transform ANY vehicles handling.

Bellpilot 08-07-2018 07:37 PM

Hi Buddy, I just sent you the list of parts John w/Agile installed my van for the RIP Kit.

deserteagle56 08-08-2018 07:56 AM

As others have said, drive it first before deciding. I have a 2007 Quigley conversion, and I've had multiple 4x4 trucks (Dodge 3500 right now) plus a Jeep and the Quigley rides as good and handles just as good as the pickups and definitely rides better than the Wrangler! I don't understand whether Quigley had different conversions for different years but 11 years in I still have over 2-1/2" of clearance between the front axle and the bump stops which is the same as my Dodge and Ford pickups. So I've never had any excessive bottoming of the front axle. Seems to be the same as the pickups. And because the wheelbase is so much shorter than the pickups, this van is much more maneuverable off road.

Annie O 08-08-2018 09:11 AM

YES John told me a few weeks ago Fox has raised prices and indicated another price increase for 2018. Bummer.

My son is a Yota 4x4 driver and had other advice :rolleyes:


Originally Posted by 86Scotty (Post 232585)
Wow, Agile has gone up! IIRC my Fox shocks were about $150 apiece, Moog front coils were about $100 and larger spring blocks for the rear about $50. Plus a day's labor in my driveway and all my stuff that came off was rusting to bits. Oh, steering stablilzer and brackets maybe $200 more. I'm coming up with less than $1k. Has it gone up that much?

adventurevan5 08-12-2018 11:18 AM

I would drive it for a bit see how you’re going to load it and then like everyone else has said touch base with agile off road. We ended up driving our van for about a year until I figured out how everything was going to be laid out and how the weight affected the van before I got in contact with agile off road. Well worth the cost.

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