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Old 12-01-2005, 07:24 PM   #15
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Red T - Since you also have a 2004 Meridian 36G, have you made any changes to your chassis to eliminate the roll and sway? What all have you used from 3-T? I'm trying to decide what to do first, change the shocks or try the Henderson Motion Control devices. Thanks for any info.
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Old 12-18-2005, 02:16 PM   #16
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Latest Update - the front shocks are installed (45 minutes on passenger side, 10 minutes on drive's - isn't it always a learning experience?) Not tested yet. I could collapse the old ones like playing an accordian so the new ones have got to help a lot more.

The second rear shock still has a ship date of the end of January. I feel like they will probably make the most difference.
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The rear shocks are installed and ready for the big test. I cannot wait to see how much difference we can feel. The old rear shocks were in much worse shape than the front ones. The drivers side was like having no shock at all.
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