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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 02-28-2011, 06:12 PM Thread Starter
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best looking trailer queen?

thought id post up a few pics of the lastest work on my trailer queen . for the first time in almost a year she managed to leave the trailer and make a 30 mile run and load up under her own power ! and with out a trail side repair ! i have a glimmer of hope begining to flicker in her . i few of you are aware of the drama that has been plagueing me all year and i wish i could inform you all of the story but , until i resolve the issue im going to keep quiet ........... but anways here she is with the new Vision X light bars ( can you say sunburn at night ) Magnum Offroads 6.5" ,LT kit with fow coil overs with remote resivoirs . and summers bros axles . im still running the 2'' spacers on all 4 corners because of the misalighnment spacers and bolt i used on the steering hit the wheels i need to cut down the head of the bolts a little to clear . still need to tune the shocks . they need a little more compression in them . but i love the way it rides and handles .
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Glad to hear this. Won't you gain some compression with out the wheel spacers? Less leverage?



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Glad to hear this. Won't you gain some compression with out the wheel spacers? Less leverage?

possibly ??? but i dont think the spacers make that much of a difference . its really soft and bottoms out pretty easy
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The tires look familiar to me. Loved em but they are heavy. Hope you are getting some use out of them. Best tire out there if you don't mind the weight.
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Light bar looks great. Some serious lumens out of that monster.
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post #7 of 9 (permalink) Old 02-28-2011, 08:57 PM
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If it bottoms real easy my guess is some valving will get it done. But the 2 inch spacers will affect it.



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post #9 of 9 (permalink) Old 03-01-2011, 12:31 PM
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sweet , but a non runner here in the heavy woods and narrow n rocky trails. some day I mosey down there to desertville and mooch a ride in one of the fast ones LOL

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