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The secret is... the faster your drive the truck, the more compliant the suspension becomes....



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Old 04-26-2018, 12:06 PM
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The secret is... the faster your drive the truck, the more compliant the suspension becomes.

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Well, if it has original shocks on it, they are 14 years old, and if you're starting to track the truck, it will show.

Climb under there, wipe off leaking oil from the cooler lines, then look at your control arm bushings and tie rod ends.
Yes the shocks are original no leaks that i can see but was looking to upgrade to the QA1 shocks

Cooler lines were replaced by previous owner and i replaced the P/S Lines before i put it away last winter

Ill look at the bushings

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Old 05-01-2018, 12:34 AM
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I put energy suspension bushings on the front and rear sways , I have but never installed the upper and lower A arm bushings, mine floated a lot, maybe it was the nitto tires also, they looked like they were cupping in the center
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