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joes mack
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why is it that the granite trucks ride so rough? ive tried to adj the seat every which way you can adjusted the air bags on cab and still no help the truck is a extended front axle truck the rd888 that i was driving last week rides a lot better the trucks weigh verry close in light weight 43,000 for the rd and 42,700 for the granite if there is anything that can be done to make the truck ride better please let me know. me and the 11 other drivers would thank you verry much.. joe

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why is it that the granite trucks ride so rough? ive tried to adj the seat every which way you can adjusted the air bags on cab and still no help the truck is a extended front axle truck the rd888 that i was driving last week rides a lot better the trucks weigh verry close in light weight 43,000 for the rd and 42,700 for the granite if there is anything that can be done to make the truck ride better please let me know. me and the 11 other drivers would thank you verry much.. joe

There are a LOT of things that will affect ride quality...wheel base, suspension type, spring rate, and tire size being the big ones. Also, forward axle vs. axle back will have a noticeable difference, too.

When approaching a 4-way stop, the vehicle with the biggest tires has the right of way!
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