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Old 10-24-2008, 11:12 AM   #1
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When the airbags are deflated there are some screws just above the driver's side front tire that come within an inch of the tire. There haven't been any problems, as the screws don't contact the tire, but it seems as if not enough tolerance was incorporated into the design. Is this unique to my coach? Are other units designed this way?
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When the airbags are deflated there are some screws just above the driver's side front tire that come within an inch of the tire. There haven't been any problems, as the screws don't contact the tire, but it seems as if not enough tolerance was incorporated into the design. Is this unique to my coach? Are other units designed this way?
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I just looked at mine and put my hand on the top of the tire and did not see or feel any screws. Any screws in this area would have to be from in under the couch area. I suggest you look inside and under the couch for the same type of screw and use a shorter screw or cut it off.
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