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Old 03-08-2008, 06:57 PM   #1
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I new at this; Has anyone use Air tabs on there MH?? I have a new fourwinds 35 ft kodak chassic and it moves all over the road. When the 18 wheel rigs blow by you can feel them move you over. I look up air tabs on the internt and they claim they work . I would like to hear from someone out there that they do work before I purchase. thank you jerry jerome
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I new at this; Has anyone use Air tabs on there MH?? I have a new fourwinds 35 ft kodak chassic and it moves all over the road. When the 18 wheel rigs blow by you can feel them move you over. I look up air tabs on the internt and they claim they work . I would like to hear from someone out there that they do work before I purchase. thank you jerry jerome
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try here: air tabs
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Don't know about MHs, but I do know someone who did them to their truck camper. The MPG difference is neglible, the biggest gain with them was keeping tbe back of the camper cleaner, but that was about it.
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