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Old 03-21-2015, 02:22 PM   #1
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Updating my 05 Pace Arrow

Well finally got some things done on our Pace today.I had a drooping cabinet over the passenger seat/ side entry.I was able to get the panel off and jack the cabinet back up into position with not much of an issue. I also got rid of the old Bilstiens on the front and put on Koni FSD shocks. I also tried raising the outer walls at the front because the mounting bolts are gone.Both walls have dropped about 1". I was able to move the driverside up about 1/4-3/8ths of an in but I couldnt get the passenger side to budge.I actually lifted the pass side leveler jack off the ground so obviously its not going to move so I will just rebolt it where its at.Next project will be installing a set of rear Firestone ride rite air bags .
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