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Old 12-09-2016, 12:28 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by Pipefiter View Post
Have a 3920 toy hauler.Should I leave unit leveled with jacks out for winter storage
I do with all my rigs, including the two previous DSDP's. Present rig doesn't have jacks, air level only but I still leave it level.

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Old 12-09-2016, 12:29 PM   #16
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I agree with Boomer,
We have a 2016 3922 and just went Vermont to Georgia, and Miami over Thanksgiving and the CS 3922 handles great and we pulled a tow dolly with our 14 Ford Fiesta. It was as stable as a rock, even with winds in Roanoke, VA. area. I won't be spending more money on any handling upgrades, rather use it to be on the road.

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Old 12-09-2016, 01:24 PM   #17
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Originally Posted by Boomer View Post
I haven't figured out why everyone wants to change their CS and add all this stuff. We have >15K on our 2015 and besides shift points (to chicken to go 5-Star tune due to warranty) we have zero issues on the way it handles. Never drove a Diesel, but normally drive down the road without any issues, even towing Jeep. Got caught in a thunderstorm once that had extremely strong cross winds, but like the 18 wheeler's in front of us, just slowed down to 50MPH and went back to eating my sandwich.

Again from reading remarks on this forum, 5-star tune must do wonders to transmission shift points, but other than that I don't have any great desire to add all the other stuff.

I agree! As I said earlier in this thread, all we've done to our '13 Canyon Star 3911 is add the 5 Star Tune. Couldn't be happier. And FYI, my 68 year old wife is the sole driver. I'm mainly ballast!
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Old 12-13-2016, 09:20 PM   #18
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Was at dealer today. I was told they expect my coach to be delivered to them in April. I wasn't in a hurry as we basically travel from May thru October in the motorhome. Postpone a few payments - lols!
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You should consider going to the Newmar factory to watch the build process. It was a great experience for us.
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We've added the Blue Ox Tru-Center steering stabilizer and found it to be an incredible way to negate the effect of wind and 18 wheelers. It makes the whole driving experience much easier.

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