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Old 07-22-2011, 12:58 PM   #15
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This is (not) a true story;
Man went to the DR and said when he put his arms above his head it gave him pain; asked the DR what he could do to cure the pain. DR said don't put your arms over your head and the pain will go away. Man did that and sure enough his pain went away.
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Old 07-25-2011, 04:53 PM   #16
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New shocks installed

I just got back from getting the Bilstein shocks installed. Ride is better and sway is reduced. Tire store says the only tires that he can replace the front 2 with would be the 230 80 22.5 Mish. $300 more. I think I will take the advise and trim the fender were it turns into the tire. ( It's already split from tire rubbing. ) And then we are off to Roan Mountain this Wed. Let all know how we fair.

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Oversizing tires can cause problems. I put 305/70 22.5's on our DSDP to replace the 275/70 22.5's that it originally came with. I also replaced the 7" wide steel rims with 8.5" Alcoa's. I don't have any rubbing problems when the suspension is aired up. However, I have to make sure the tires are pointed straight ahead when I let the air out or I'd wipe out the fender flares. I could relieve the stiffening rib but then I'd probably get fatigue cracks!
Good thing the OP checked for "kissing" on the rear as that can be a big problem too.

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