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Old 11-01-2014, 09:38 AM   #1
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Default New? RAS question

A lot of people say that these things work so I am not going to step into that pile of trouble even though I cannot find anything that actually says how they do it. Supporting the leaf spring and allowing the leaf spring to better control wrap is all I can come up with. But that's not my question.


Do RAS units stop wheel hop or axle wrap in reverse?
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Do RAS units stop wheel hop or axle wrap in reverse?
Haven't had the hop or axle wrap since installed.
as far as axle wrap in reverse ,I never experienced it
From my past year or so with it I like it alot,I have to tighten it up to the black disk setting because with a 800lb payload it squats. Been toying with the ideal of airbags to level it out with a load but I dont want to get rid of the RAS.
before I commit to the bags I'll tighten it up to black setting
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