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Old 03-29-2012, 06:40 AM   #15
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Are you looking at a gasser or a DP. A gasser will have a longer overhang is probably much more likely to drag (e.g ours drags leaving many gas stations) and it's even worse if you have the tow bar receiver is in. I really like the caster wheel idea (It's something I've been thinking of doing with ours).

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They sell steel casters just for that purpose. I was really worried when I bought my present coach as it has a 12' overhang so I bought a pair that bolt to the bottom of the receiver hitch . They have never touched the ground. But, better safe than sorry.

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I installed casters on mine for getting on / off ferries at low tide. Have'nt hit a low tide since I installed them !

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