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Old 04-07-2012, 10:15 AM   #29
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to teamtj, thanks for your info on the montana, your are totally correct, as we are full timers and have been for a number of years, very dissapointed in this keystone product, nothing but problems, due to my age 78, we are looking at a mototrhome, due to the ease of setting up as we go 800miles twice a year.but due to a limitted income, we just dont know yet. my back has been fused and i dont do very good, any suggestions on a brand of a motorhome. cant afford a new one. thanks.

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Old 04-07-2012, 07:44 PM   #30
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As far as the sag goes with your Montana, do you have the Mor-ryde suspension??? If you do, get a mirror and check the rubber inserts in the center between the springs(where the equalizer would be) for cracking and tearing. I have replaced three or four in the last year. The customer complaint was sagging or tire wear on the drivers side. If it is torn or cracked have it replaced. Mor-ryde offers an upgrade which is well worth the extra money. The upgrade has heavier bushings and larger shackles than the standard unit.

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