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Old 30-07-2018, 20:39   #46
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That would be ace . I'm out next to Delamere forest so not far at all. Would be interesting to see the electrical install, thats the bit I may struggle with
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That would be ace . I'm out next to Delamere forest so not far at all. Would be interesting to see the electrical install, thats the bit I may struggle with
Not a problem, just say when. I'm around evenings and most Sundays. I either works saturdays or scoot off camping.
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Old 30-07-2018, 20:57   #48
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Nice one Not sure if I can convince the boss to try an RRT. She doesn't like heights and she says that might be a bit much..!!!! Going to have a good look at the overland show in September. If not that I will try a rear tent like a caranex
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I'd be more than happy to bring it out to you so it can be opened up and you can both have a play. I'm uncomfortable with heights too and it's not a problem for me.
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Blimey! A real person who's had the Pro Comp es9000s. You rate them then? Many of the reviews say that they ride hard? Is this true and is this the only problem?
I'm so tempted to get a set for mine, for the lift and for making the truck a bit more stable with the RTT on it. Do you reckon they'd be up to the task?
I have had them all round since 2015, I got the +3" ones, along with the Trail master longer rear springs. I only wound the front up about 2" though, to try and prolong the life of the CV's.

Very pleased with them. They give a very good on-road ride, even towing the caravan, and worked well off road... In fact, my Body and suspension lifted truck corners better than Suz's standard one.
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Old 31-07-2018, 06:39   #51
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I have had them all round since 2015, I got the +3" ones, along with the Trail master longer rear springs. I only wound the front up about 2" though, to try and prolong the life of the CV's.

Very pleased with them. They give a very good on-road ride, even towing the caravan, and worked well off road... In fact, my Body and suspension lifted truck corners better than Suz's standard one.
Good to hear, thanks.
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Old 31-07-2018, 23:28   #52
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I'd be more than happy to bring it out to you so it can be opened up and you can both have a play. I'm uncomfortable with heights too and it's not a problem for me.
Cheers , that would be ace It might convince the boss
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