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Old 05-14-2010, 04:04 PM
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01 Exp. with LLS (four corners)... front air shocks were replaced a few months back because the front end acts like there's no shocks at all. Handling bad!!... bouncy and rebounds like a basketball. It want's to steer left when rebounding from a hard flex of the suspension. It definitely needs to be tightened up.

So, new pair of Monroe's installed and still has the same problem. Y'all have any ideas on where a guy would start trobleshooting or ???? BTW: no sagging on either side, BUT with the torsion bars - would that even be something you could see?.. Thanks fellas.

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