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Old 01-15-2015, 08:52 PM   #15
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stillbill what indication made you get the parts replaced

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oops...I was thinking sway bar bushings that were being discussed at the beginning of the thread. When shackle bushings were mentioned I was still thinking sway bar bushings!

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Will be taking the motorhome out for the next few days to feel the difference with the new shackle bushings. Assume there will be less tail wag going on.

Probably will add the rear track bar at the rear axle in the next few weeks to eliminate all tail wag.

FYI...This is coming from a guy who used to race formula cars in SCCA. So, I cannot easily accept the tail wag of these beasts...LOL


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