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Old 07-18-2012, 01:57 PM   #29
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Originally Posted by GrassShack View Post
I'd like to thank everyone that offered their help and suggestions with my bottoming out problem. I found these skid wheels at campingworld.com and thought perhaps they would do the trick. Before I purchase them I'd like to hear your thoughts and suggestions.
Ultra Skid Wheels - 6" - Ultra-fab Products 48-979013 - Skid Wheels - Camping World

Once again thanks for taking the time to help this newbie.

2 X 6 or 2 X 8 is a lot cheaper. Also, make sure these won't lift your drive wheels up in the air at the base of your drive

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Try a couple of 2"X6" planks in the gutter. It just may keep you from dipping so low that you drag.

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We live about 75 miles East of you and there are numerous great camping spots in Central Florida. Enjoy yourself.

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