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Old 02-22-2010, 10:15 AM   #1
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As a new owner and member, thanks. I believe I trust your answers thusfar more than service centers - at least so far. We really have only two questions, on two topics. My wife wants to know about traveling with our new 11 week old Pug - who will be older of course befoe we travel. In Virginia there is SNOW everywhere and we can't even get to the monster.

Also, "SUSPENSION". The 39 ft Sun Voyager has a lot of "roll". The W24 chassis is a 2006 model with Monroe, not Bilstein shocks. There are multiple answers, but my questions is, "as a first step, will Koni shocks or a Blue Ox sway bar make the most difference?"

Take care all, and I hope to offer help to others as time goes by.

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Old 02-22-2010, 02:26 PM   #2
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Welcome to iRV2. I can't answer your pet question as we don't travel with pets. In regard to the question about roll on your W24 I would suggest you go down to the Workhorse Chassis Forum and repost your question. You might want to jump into the Workhorse Chat Room and pose your question there. The Chat is every Thursday night at 9 PM EST.

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