Re: Dancing, Prancing E-350
Sounds like a weight distribution problem. The vehicle is designed to have a certain amount (percentage of total weight) on the front wheels and the rest on the rear. The added weight of the lift is causing an imbalance. The rear suspension has to be beefed up to restore the weight distribution back to stock. That's why when you tow a trailer you havea certain amount of tongue weight you can handle. I had to ride in one of your vans during recovery but didn't have to go on the highway. It rode quite well as beefing up the susension gives a harsher ride also.
The top heavy on the other vehicle is fine because the extra weight is distributed more evenly on the vehicle. It stresses the total suspension instead of the rear only.
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