Any preferred vendors? I have a few emails out for quotes.Custom leaves are the only way to go. Especially if your weight remains somewhat static. If you ditched the overloads and went with a hydraulic bump stop it will ride like a dream. Only drawback is the cost, but some things are worth the investment.
Nice picture! I am not a danger noodle fan..... Found a family of them ~5 years ago. YUCK. They really don't bother me, I just hate finding them and the risk involved (mostly stupid dog). None spotted this trip!No kidding, pretty good loop. What kind of mileage did you get overall?
Wife almost stepped on a danger noodle (I like that) herself over on Chelan Butte
Interesting.... I know nearly nothing of AC other than the basics of how it works and how to vac and refill it."I used my super cheap ass "AC Gauge" And it read "green" pressure, but it builds to ~70 psi on the low side, then drops the compressor off, like every ~6-8 seconds."
Sounds like too much gas and its dropping out on high pressure. At around 80 degrees you should be between 35 - 50 psi on the low side and 150 - 250 on the high side. That is just a rule of thumb. You really need the specifications for your particular vehicle as they do vary. Best way to get it done is to have someone suck the gas out and then load in the specified charge.