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  1. I believe my bed height is closer to 46" and when I load slowly by cable, I have about a 1/2 inch clearance. Picking your area for loading has the most effect on clearance, if needed, place a 2x6 under the bottom of your ramps and or that piece of angle iron at the hinge of the ramps. I do get into the car and drive it off. Adds a couple hundred pounds, but doesn't touch bed. '
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  3. Here he is under members. https://www.rvnetwork.com/profile/2747-scrap/ I think!
  4. What was the last thing you had done to the truck? Start there and work backwards. Before disconnecting everything, try to tighten everything.
  5. A Merry Christmas To Everyone!
  6. Jim, did you change trucks or are you posting the OP's truck?
  7. Rick, that is Jim's truck, not hatrack's track. And I'm wondering where my signature went!
  8. What year truck do you have? Some of the Gen 1 trucks will stay down once the key is off. Gen 2 and newer - I'm not sure, but I know of a couple that will come back up after key is off. Doesn't sound like a leveling valve problem, you've just got some air leaks as mentioned. Have fun finding them.
  9. Jim, you've probably already looked here.;
  10. Can you post a picture of the truck?
  11. If you haven't been scared off yet, then contact the companies. They have contract inspectors all over.
  12. Forget the DOT inspection. You don't ever need that. Put the funds toward a real inspection company that you can probably find in the resource guide, or I'm sure one of the guys will chime in with a name or two. Get the records on the truck from the seller/volvo. The money you invest in a mechanical inspection will tell you what you need to know in order to move forward, slash the price, or to run.
  13. That is fantastic JB! I was getting worried for you and was about to encourage you to follow all your hots wires to junction boxes, switches, and outlets. As they say, always start working backwards from the last thing that was done! You must be living right!!!
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