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Join Date: Dec 2008
Location: Valley Center, CA
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Have you comsidered the idea that since you got zero bouncing once you went to asphalt, that it was the road? I know in SoCal, the concrete roads are horrible and as I used to do road work for a living, I can tell you that concrete roads are NEVER smooth. Just the way they are poured and the way that concrete shrinks and swells. Have to be poured in sections and that is why you will get that front to back bounce on most of them. Just a thought since you said you had no problem on asphalt.
96 F250 Ex Cab LB, Afe Intake, 3" DP to 4" to 5", no kitty,no muff, dual 8" stacks, 6 pos chip, leveling kit, gauges, E4OD w/ shift enhancer, 285/75/16 Toyo M/T's
Soon to come: Turbo, intercooler, Stage 1's, big oil sys., gear vendor over/under to get the mpg's up and to go with the new trans, STACKS ARE ON! ( luckily my brother is a master diesel mechanic- if he can't fix it, it ain't broke)
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