I highly doubt that the first attempt to setup the WDH was "on the money"
It's like setting up a custom suspension and dialing it in.
Also, in my opinion, Load E tires and upgraded rear shocks contribute to that "comfort behind the wheel" feeling considerably.
The front end shouldn't feel light if it isn't light. That Wdh is supposed to put the needed weight back up there.
But you need that back end to feel stout too. Stiffer sidewalls and shocks that properly damp those first few inches of travel. The oem shocks are very soft initially
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