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Old 10-23-2010, 12:23 AM   #1
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Lo' all. Just joined. 2007 32W Bounder on Workhose W22. Trying to make my WheelyHouse ride better in these western winds. Have installed Sumo Super Springs on front with good success cutting down on the bounce...waiting for delivery of rear set. Also just completed install on a Super Steer rear stabilizer. Considering the Steer Safe front stabilizer and a Roadmaster Anti-Sway Bar. Any recommendations appreciated.
Tripped to Steamboat Springs, Jackson WY and West Yellowstone this summer. Just back from SoCal and Vegas. Fly fishing and golf! Great to be on the road!
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Old 10-23-2010, 09:20 AM   #2
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Chazboo;

Welcome to iRV2. I believe you have found a great resource for answers to your questions. I would suggest you browse the Workhorse Forum and ask a few questions. I have a W22 and have done many of the upgrades you have done. It certainly improved the handling but I believe these large coaches will always react to strong side winds.

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Old 10-24-2010, 01:02 PM   #3
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Unhappy Thanks Petro

Thanks for your note and suggestrions. I will get into the forums to see what's out there for me. Rainy in Ogden, snow tomorrow. Guess I better get Wheely ready for storage!
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Old 10-24-2010, 03:44 PM   #4
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Thanks for your note and suggestrions. I will get into the forums to see what's out there for me. Rainy in Ogden, snow tomorrow. Guess I better get Wheely ready for storage!
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Welcome aboard Chazboo, but we don't allow 4 letter words here on IRV2.

Love your part of the country. We were just lamenting the fact that we haven't been to Utah for a long time. It will likely be a few more years before we can.
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Old 10-26-2010, 06:55 PM   #5
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White Stuff!!!

Jay,
I'll try to watch the four letter words from now on! Unfortunately the white stuff is a way of life in the Rockies in winter.
Just got back from SoCal where I had Banks Engineering install the rest of their system on my MH. I've had the induction and exhaust for two years, but the OttoMind was not avaialble at that time, so I had them install it. Too early to tell much about gas mileasge, but I sure like the extra umph! Really good folks at Banks! I must say I was hesitant about spending the night on the streets of an LA suburb! But, no problems at Banks. Their power and water and no charge....great campground!!!
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