We took it out for about a 30 mile trial run and the DW said without prompting, "Boy this is sure better than when we brought it home from the dealer". The "porpoising/dophining" is greatly reduced, it may bounce once on a bump, but it stops immediatedly. If there are several waves in the highway, it will follow the contour of the road and once you are thru the wavy portion, the trailer immediately stops. Also tried a little side to side motion and it has no tendency to continue, once you stop weaving, the trailer stops. It really trails nicely. Even tho' this was only about a 30 mile trial, we were both impressed with how much smoother it was than before and with the tongue trailer. So, all in all, I think it was worth the $175 invested in 4 shocks, the gr 8 hardware and the 2+ days labor making brackets, etc. Would I do it again? Sure would, but if we happen to trade, I will sure remove everything and install them on the new one. We just don't plan on trading within the next 5 yrs if we make it that long without one of us croaking.
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