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Old 09-08-2016, 07:17 PM   #11
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To be honest, its not al that exciting. The 4X4 looks just like the 4x2, except for the little 4x4 in the paint.

Probably no chance for a washer/dryer due to weight and length restrictions. Although I know someone that put a combo unit in a mercedes Sprinter once.
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You could always offer this for the washer and dryer. Click image for larger version

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Old 09-08-2016, 07:47 PM   #13
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You could always offer this for the washer and dryer. Attachment 119759
OMG, When you just gotta wash.
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Brian, can you share the toe in spec with me for the F550?
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Old 09-09-2016, 09:34 AM   #15
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To be honest, its not al that exciting. The 4X4 looks just like the 4x2, except for the little 4x4 in the paint.

Probably no chance for a washer/dryer due to weight and length restrictions. Although I know someone that put a combo unit in a mercedes Sprinter once.
Hi Brian, 4X4 is exciting to me. Not only do I need for parking at my house but I do go into some pretty exciting places with my current 4X4 rig. While the washer is not a deal breaker it would be a deal sealer for my wife.

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5 Series 4x4 chassis' started arriving, so those are finally starting to ship to dealers. We did drop the 22 gallon 2nd tank to make room for the added weight, but I think 52 gallons is more than I want to drive without a break.

E450 has sprouted in the wild. We know how poor the ride can be on that ancient suspension, so we will feature a Dynaride suspension (developed for us by MorRyde) along with a Helwig sway bar. We'll also be dialing in the alignment much tighter than the Ford specs...I think most that have used the alignment specs I posted previosuly found them to work out pretty well. I can't take any credit there, those were developed over several years by an RV rental account I had and their local alignment shop to prevent tire wear that was showing when the units arrived from the factory. So while ride is what most of us care about...its a win-win.
I'm curious Brian. What model is the E450 chassis for?
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To be honest, its not al that exciting. The 4X4 looks just like the 4x2, except for the little 4x4 in the paint.
Any additional ground clearance for the 4x4? Same tires? Thanks.


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Not quite the same lift and tires as pictured.
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Any additional ground clearance for the 4x4? Same tires? Thanks.


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