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Old 10-07-2014, 06:42 AM   #1
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Who installs Safe-T-Plus Stabilizer in Iowa

I'm looking for a Safe-T-Plus Stabilizer/dealer/installer here in central Iowa.

I called Freightliner of Des Moines and they had never heard of the product.

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I'm looking for a Safe-T-Plus Stabilizer/dealer/installer here in central Iowa.

I called Freightliner of Des Moines and they had never heard of the product.

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wouldn't this be a question to ask of the safe t plus people?
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It's real simple to install... just a few bolts. You will have to tweak it a bit after installation to get it centered properly .. I did it in a flat parking lot.
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Old 10-08-2014, 06:47 AM   #4
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wouldn't this be a question to ask of the safe t plus people?
That's so obvious I didn't think of it!!
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It's real simple to install... just a few bolts. You will have to tweak it a bit after installation to get it centered properly .. I did it in a flat parking lot.

I though about doing it myself but don't own an impact wrench.

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I though about doing it myself but don't own an impact wrench.

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I installed mine a couple of months ago and it can be installed using sockets and end wrenches. The only challenge is removing the nuts on the straight axle so you can install the mounting plate. As long as you have the correct socket size and a breaker bar, you shouldn't need the impact. It will take a little longer to perform without the impact but can be completed without.
Or... this could be a great excuse to purchase an electric impact gun instead of paying for installation. Now you will always have an impact gun.
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Jack's Brake and Alignment in Davenport is familiar with Safe-T-Plus , not exactly central though.
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I'm looking for a Safe-T-Plus Stabilizer/dealer/installer here in central Iowa.

I called Freightliner of Des Moines and they had never heard of the product.

Robby
Kelderman in Oskaloosa did mine at the same time that they did their Air Suspension System. Bunch of good guys there and they have a RV site right there with full hookups in case you need it.
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