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  1. #1
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    Sad Suspension issues

    My friend's van is sagging near the rear passenger side. Tires look fine. Is this a sign of a suspension problem? I am urging her to get it checked before it gets worse. Any ideas?

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    I would bring it to a mechanic. These vans do sag from the weight of the conversion and water, so shocks and springs may need to be replaced.

  3. #3
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    Right that is what I say too. The previous owner of my van had shocks replaced. She was going regularly over some rough roads.

  4. #4
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    I think she is tired of expenses but I encouraged her to meet me for lunch across from a repair shop. I groom their dogs and I asked if they would give her a free inspection. They did. Definitely springs/shock issue. She said it's a few hundred dollars not thousands so she is cool with it and they gave her a 15% discount for her first business. Nice people.

  5. #5
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    Apr 2011
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    On our RV which is personal not grooming. Hitting the right hole can cause early damage to suspension. Awesome that business offered them a good price.

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