The picture in post #52 is the driver side.
Today I did the passenger side and the spring on this side sits much better.
Test drive was a vast improvement over the 876 springs my van had.
Got an alignment scheduled for Monday.
Hoping one of you van gurus/suspension guys could chime in.
I installed moog cc880s springs today and they went in fairly easy although,
The bottom doesnt look right as it sits closer to/on top of axle arm. Pic of bottom and top
I'm removing all the propane components from my 97 E250 camper.
First up is the propane tank. The paint has peeled and it is rusted on the bottom.
Originally I was just going to throw it out as I'm not sure if its 100% safe? Tank is still 3/4 full from when I bought vehicle couple years...
Appreciate the feedback.
I do remember reading the article on caster last year but had forgotten. Thanks for the reminder.
paperwork I have shows left caster at 3.55 and right at 3.90.
Will have it checked/reworked.
Ive owned this 1997 E250 camper for a couple years. 75 to 80 psi in rear tires , 55 to 60 psi front
Previous owner had front coils and shocks all around as well as rear add a leaf / re-arching work done. I was given the receipts when I purchased van and have