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Re: ford class-c wobble by jd
Post New Message Ours isn't as steady as I'd like it to be, but we did three things that really helped: 1. Adjusted slack out of steering box. 2. Carefully set toe-in to just a little on the positive (toed-in) side of zero. 3. Replaced front anti-sway bar end link kits.BTW, our rear springs were also badly sagged. I took them apart and added a "repair leaf". This was the first thing I did because of a lot of sway in the rear. What year is it? Ours is 1983 E350. In those years there were no Super Duties or E450s. Sorry to take so long, haven't been on this forum in months. God Bless, jd
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