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Old 07-08-2016, 09:45 PM   #11
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Yes, you will need adjustable bushings such as Ingalls 594s because Ford ships with fixed bushings. Some RV builders have been known to install these adjustable bushings off their assy line. Post a picture of the top of your upper ball joint and we can probably tell you what you have.
What kind of shop could install this for me? Truck alignment shop?
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Yes, the E Series is considered to be a truck so best used a truck shop. Have a discussion with the available truck shops. Tell them you have an E450 that may need more +caster, can and will you install Ingalls 594 bushings if they are required? IMO


Beware of the typical "tweak the toe and you are good to go" business.
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Yes, the E Series is considered to be a truck so best used a truck shop. Have a discussion with the available truck shops. Tell them you have an E450 that may need more +caster, can and will you install Ingalls 594 bushings if they are required? IMO


Beware of the typical "tweak the toe and you are good to go" business.
Thanks Harvard! I'll do some homework on best place to take my MH.
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Yes, the E Series is considered to be a truck so best used a truck shop. Have a discussion with the available truck shops. Tell them you have an E450 that may need more +caster, can and will you install Ingalls 594 bushings if they are required? IMO


Beware of the typical "tweak the toe and you are good to go" business.
This the right one:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000COBT68..._uqqGxbP5WSC6C
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Yes, those are the Ingalls 594s that will give you over +5 degrees on the E Series.
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Old 08-24-2016, 06:58 AM   #16
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Cat scales at just about any truck stop


Well I finally got my rig weighed. I want to adjust tire pressure. Right now i have 60 in front and 70 on back four.

Weight was:
Front: 4360 lbs
Rear: 9560 lbs

Based on the attached table i was going to leave front at 60 psi and bring back four to 77 psi.

Thoughts?

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