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Old 05-25-2010, 06:26 PM   #1
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After 2 1/2 years into my retirement my wife and I decided to purchase a RV and experience the lifestyle. Out new MH is a 2004 Dolphin LX6355 with only 9K on the odometer. A new rig and in new condition. After a few hundred miles I decided I needed more control going down the road. I added front and rear Roadmaster anti sway bars and a Safe-T-Plus steering stabilizer unit and it made a big difference in the control and side to side movement of the motorhome. Will be traveling to the Seattle area in a couple of weeks for our first big trip. Looking forward to reading the new threads and of course learning from everyones experiences with there motorhomes and some pearls of wisdow from other National/Dolphin owners.
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Welcome! Funny, we too bought our coach 2.5 yrs after retirement and immediately had Safe T Steer put on. Better be careful though... we sold our house and are now full timing!
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