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Old 01-10-2017, 09:20 AM   #29
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Les If u break it down the price is in the ballpark, I purchased my safety Steer for just under $600, paid alignment shop $250 to install but did not have to get alignment being Spartan had done recently. I have paid over $400 for alignment in the past so the #s r not off by much. FYI it took almost 2 hrs to install Safety Steer not much room in that area to work.
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We just took our new '17 Cornerstone to Josams in Orlando, based on the advice of folks on this thread. Yep, alignment was out... A LOT. Grease was pretty good, needed a little for kingpins. I am most impressed with the advice throughout this forum. In more than 30 years of owning various RVs, I have learned more here than 10s of thousands of miles on the road. However, it will cost me a few hundred bucks (or thousand) acting on all the great things to do to an Entegra. My advice; get an alignment!
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Old 04-23-2017, 01:43 PM   #31
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Had mine done there and only toe in was a hair out, Amazing. Never had pulling though.
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Old 04-23-2017, 03:42 PM   #32
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I called them two weeks ago, my new coach with 32K had noticeable wear on the Pass front outside edge.

So I told him I was going rotate one tire tire to front before I go there.

He said it would be much better to move two rears (that are together) to front.
Because they will have worn down more evenly. (didn't think of that )

So I used a tire gauge and found the drivers left had a few MM more on them.

So I rotated them to the front, going next week for the work.

This shop is on the ball.


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Old 05-09-2017, 03:43 PM   #33
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The Safe T Plus and the mounting kit was around 375$
where did you find it for $375. Best I could find was $575
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Old 05-09-2017, 04:41 PM   #34
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I agree on shops that don't know how to straighten out the steering wheel. As for pricing, if I ONLY did the alignment I think it would have been around 275$
Had my last coach an American aligned at Spartan last year ..what terrible service and lousy alignment job....and the steering wheel was a 1/3 off center...was my 3rd spartan...
I was so disappointed last June in the Spartan service,I bought my current coach on a Freightliner...Chuck
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I don't know if this is a hijack or not, but I recall that there is a front end shop that is highly thought of in Missouri. Anyone remember the name? Also, for those of us nearer the left coast, is there a QUALIFIED shop west of the Mississippi?
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Assuming It copied correctly, the link below identifies good front end options west of ole Miss including one in Missouri.

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I don't know if this is a hijack or not, but I recall that there is a front end shop that is highly thought of in Missouri. Anyone remember the name? Also, for those of us nearer the left coast, is there a QUALIFIED shop west of the Mississippi?
Perry Legend, but he hates Safe-T Plus or Safety Steer and will ask to remove them. He believes they are a band-aid fix to an improperly setup front end. Just what he told me. perry legend collision repair center
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Does anyone have the model number of the Safe T plus and the mounting kit for a 2014-2016 MM chassis?
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Does anyone have the model number of the Safe T plus and the mounting kit for a 2014-2016 MM chassis?
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The Safe T Plus P/N is the same for all Entegras: 41-230. The hardware kit for those years is S-1460K4. You can look these up here: http://www.safe-t-plus.com/media/stp...ssis_guide.pdf
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I love my Safe T Plus after visiting them this week for adjustment, I suggest any 1 buying 1 contact them for proper bracket #. Sure drives great now with the work Spartan & SafeT Plus have done.
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The Safe T Plus P/N is the same for all Entegras: 41-230. The hardware kit for those years is S-1460K4. You can look these up here: http://www.safe-t-plus.com/media/stp...ssis_guide.pdf
Perfect, thanks Bill.
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