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Old 03-03-2015, 03:45 PM   #1
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Steering Catching

I was having a problem with the steering system on my Gulfstream Scenic Cruiser. I had tried several times to correct the problem of the steering wheel sticking while steering straight. I could overcome this issue with a bit of force. But the fix still alluded me. No it wasn't the power steering pump, not the steering knuckles, but the steering miter gear box that was defective. I found a good shop in Spokane, WA, called Ray's RV repairs. They were able to diagnose and repair the Gulfstream and have me back on the road right away. Now the coach steers so well that the DW is considering driving for the first time ever. If you find yourself in need of service in Spokane call:

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