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Old 02-24-2011, 12:21 PM   #15
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Glad to see y'all got your problems taken care of. I've put almost 10K miles,including the Las Vegas trip down the Oregon and Ca coasts on 101 and across Ca 58 and thru Death Valley, on ours since we got the problem taken care of and no problems.The w/s guy checked them the other day when he was taking care of several rock chips and said that they really had held up better than he thot they would after that time and no sealer.
Yes,as Vegasdan and I have said previously,DON'T use your rear jacks before you use the fronts. I tried it once where I get my rig serviced and you could see the front end torque,OOppsss and I was also told NOT TOO use the jacks to raise the wheels off the ground when leveling either,use leveling blocks first and then drop the jacks.I have seen a number of rigs,especially gassers,wiith either the front or back wheels WAY off the ground and was told that you could damage the frame that way.

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Old 06-28-2011, 06:38 AM   #16
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This is great info but Name and Location doesn't help the rest of us. Can you supply a phone number or address?

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