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Old 05-12-2015, 07:19 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by SteveLevin View Post
It might be true for Dynomax chassis that the IFS are all tighter cuts than the solid axles, but it's not a hard and fast rule overall. My Spartan IC chassis has a Reyco front end and just a 45 degree cut...

That depends on the front axle model. Our 2002 DSDP came with a Reyco Granning 12,000# IFS axle and 50 degree wheel cut. The 13,200# IFS Reyco Granning unit they wanted to replace it with had a 45 degree wheel cut. The 14,600# IFS Reyco Granning unit we ended up with had a 55 degree cut.

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Old 05-17-2015, 08:19 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by mike brez View Post
I just noticed you are looking at foretravel. Aren't most of them solid axel?
Yes, they are Mike. Not sure about the IH 45 or the new Realm but they are way, way above my pay grade.

I just narrowed my main "lurking window" to the 2 coaches: FT and CC ....... mostly because of high quality, good bones and good support forums. From what I have read here, I would give a CC with IFS a check mark in the "plus" column on my shopping list....... as a minimum.

Thanks again for the responses........ it helps clear things up; i.e., Dynomax after 2000 = IFS.

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