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Old 08-22-2020, 01:23 PM   #29
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My local ford dealer directed me to their fleet center, which did my oil change and CHF for front. They figured it out!
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Re CHF: seems like most owners have done it themselves (?) Will truck or RV service centers do it or even know how to do it?
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Old 08-23-2020, 07:43 PM   #30
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Found a shop in Albuquerque with an excellent reputation and much better prices. Thereís steering stabilizer including labor( itís not safe T Plus but safe steer manufactured in Deming NM) is $570 way less than half then what trans west charges! Their rear trac bar it is about a third of Their cost!
Assuming that the track bar will make a difference in side to side sway, what would you recommend for my third upgrade especially if I wanted a Less bumpy, smoother ride?
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I also found the suspension to be the biggest weakness of the E450 platform. After reading everyones advise I went about making every upgrade in the book to my Class C and now she rides/handles like a dream. Thanks to all the advice I found on this forum. I figured I would give back by making video of my top 7 mods for improving the suspension on the Ford E450 platform. Hope it helps you and others. YouTube E450 Suspension Video
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