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Old 05-04-2013, 04:12 AM   #1
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Supersteer Products

Anyone put in a Supersteer ss100 on a Freightliner chassis? I have a 2002 Newmar Dutchstar on a Freightliner with a 330 kitty. I sure would like to hear you opinions?
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Old 05-06-2013, 10:50 AM   #2
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That's Henderson's bell crank, and yes, I put one on my rig five years ago.

I took my coach to Henderson's to get some help improving the handling. They checked alignment, added Motion Control Units, a Safe T Plus steering stabilizer, and the bell crank.

I think everything but the bell crank contributed directly to handling improvements. I'm not sure the bell crank contributes but I replaced it after seeing the design improvements and freedom of movement when compared to the OEM. Seemed like a no brainer to me.

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Thanks for the advice.
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I'm a big fan of Henderson's Line Up and if I'm not mistaken, the Super Steer line of products is their own product line. They're pretty straight shooters and can be very helpful.

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I am on the east coast and need to find a dealer near Augusta Ga to check my rig out. Thank you for the input.
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I'd suggest you give Henderson's a call - they probably have a distributor in your area or some business they trust. Might be worth a call. RV and Truck Parts and Service - Henderson's Line-Up
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Good idea. Just so far from Oregon I didn't think there would be a nearby dealer but you are absolutely right.
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