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Old 10-07-2005, 02:45 PM   #1
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We would appreciate hearing opinions on Safe T plus and/or Davis Tru Trac..Would it be better to have one assist in front and one in rear? We spoke to a MACA owner who recommended using both for super handling....
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We would appreciate hearing opinions on Safe T plus and/or Davis Tru Trac..Would it be better to have one assist in front and one in rear? We spoke to a MACA owner who recommended using both for super handling....
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Old 10-07-2005, 03:46 PM   #3
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I have the W24 under my 38' 11" coach and my coach needs no add ons.
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The W24 needs very little help if any.

Wait awhile and get some miles on that thing before you start thinking about suspension modifications. Get to know the way your motorhome drives under all conditions before you make up your mind as to what it is you're trying to improve and accomplish.
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paulmargde, I have not needed to add anything to improve the handling on my 2005 W-24 Newmar Mountain Aire, the coach tracks beautifully and I feel I have complete command of the unit. Ed.S
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