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Old 01-18-2012, 04:13 PM   #29
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After fish tailing coming out of a rut in atlanta freeway traffic. I installed it myself, very easy. I had a shimmy on my front end and it resolved that too. But it will improve safety by coming our of a rut with your front tire and if you have a blow out. It has a simple design to keep you wheel straight. I think I bougtht it right from the company.

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Old 01-20-2012, 02:49 PM   #30
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I finally was able to go on a trip of about 100 miles, first time since installing the steer safe. What a difference. The coach drove great. Even when it tried to fall into deep road ruts, it did so much slower and smoother, easily correctable, whereas before it would track into the ruts abruptly. It was much easier to keep the coach on the high side toward the centerline. On the way home we had side winds of up to 25 mph and it still handled well. I am very pleased, probably my best investment in the MH so far!
Bravo :-) :-) We agree and glad we installed on our 32 SWind, V10! Much easier down the road and in the lanes, with a little blowout insurance added in too

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