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Old 02-21-2019, 09:26 AM   #15
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My coach has a Sheppard steering box also and it is NOT adjustable. It has to be replaced or stabilized with a Safe-T-Steer or just put up with it.

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Oh yeah, that sounds like a fun ride.....
Getting through Dallas at rush hour it truly was a wild ride

I really thought the air pressure would be checked by the dealer and be at the placard, never assume

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I really thought the air pressure would be checked by the dealer and be at the placard, never assume

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