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Old 06-28-2017, 02:04 PM   #1
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Had my 2017 Outlaw 29H aligned

Took it to a big truck alignment shop. Wanted it checked and extra caster put in for highway stability (bought adjustable ingalls camber/caster bushings).

Total Toe was way off at -0.66deg (spec is -0.19 to 0.31) and the right was just out of spec for camber (-0.4 deg when spec is 0.3 to +1.3)

Suprisingly, one side had alot of caster (4.9) while the other only had 3.5.

They only had to install one bushing.

Now its at 0.23deg of total toe and both wheels are at 4.8 caster.

Get your Thor coaches checked before you eat up tires!
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Good for you!

A Thor Rep was recently video recorded running through a new Outlaw at Total Value RV...when he clearly said that the Factory STRONGLY SUGGESTS that dealers tell new owners to get their rig aligned after settling on an average load.

Sadly, I have never heard a dealer make this suggestion. That's on the dealer's

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