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Old 05-02-2012, 10:25 AM   #1
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I have a 2004 Dutch Star on the Spartan chassis. the model number is 3807. I would like to know if anyone would happen to know what degree of wheel cut or crimp angle I have. Thank You

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All I can offer is my turning angle on our 41' mh on a Spartan...55 degrees.

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Old 05-02-2012, 09:03 PM   #3
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My 2003 Spartan MM chassis has the IFS 1200 front end, has a max cut angle of 45 degrees. The manual is to large to post here (over 5 meg). PM me if you think the manual may be helpful.
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My 2003 Spartan MM chassis has the IFS 1200 front end, has a max cut angle of 45 degrees. The manual is to large to post here (over 5 meg). PM me if you think the manual may be helpful.
We got the last 2002 Dutch Star with the Spartan MM chassis 12,000# axle and it had a 50 wheel cut. With the 14,600# axle we got in 2004 we have a 55 wheel cut. Newmar wanted to put a 13,200# axle under our rig but it only had a 45 wheel cut and I needed at least a 50 cut to get into our parking spot at the house.
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