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Old 07-21-2013, 07:58 PM   #1
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Tag axle question?

My wife was complaining of lots of movement in the back of our Dutchstar 3852. She said it was like a fair ride! Would a tag axle DP ride smoother than my single axle? We were comming home from the SC low country and the two lane roads have lots of undulations and rough spots. I would consider an upgrade to a tag to smooth out the Ride for the DW. BC if Momma ain't happy no one is happy!
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Yes !!!!! SHE WILL LOVE YOU FOR IT
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I have one and its great, just remember that it has it's own break system with a master cylinder it works in conjunction with the one up front.
So when you have your break fluid checked up front be sure and tell them about the break cylinder thats in the back for your tag axle.
Not all shop mechanic are aware of it.
What I like about it is when the wind comes up it still stays in your lane.
Just a thought.
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I have one and its great, just remember that it has it's own break system with a master cylinder it works in conjunction with the one up front.
So when you have your break fluid checked up front be sure and tell them about the break cylinder thats in the back for your tag axle.
Not all shop mechanic are aware of it.
What I like about it is when the wind comes up it still stays in your lane.
Just a thought.
I think the OP has a diesel pusher which would have air BRAKES.
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