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Old 08-19-2010, 12:27 AM   #15
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Originally posted by Batwings
I did exactly what you plan to do. I installed what I call the 4 pack (Tru-Trac, Safe-T-Plus, Koni FSD, and Super Steer
Right after I posted the original post, I called Brazel's for an appointment to have the Koni FSD's and Safe-T-Plus installed. It was done end of Jun and I'm happy (or the MH?). I already had the Davis Tru-Trac installed when I bought the coach.

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Old 08-19-2010, 01:06 AM   #16
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Be advised .......

I have the Steer Safe on my coach and I am very pleased with it but please remember this.
If you have to have your coach towed by the front axle they will probably remove your Steer Safe so they can clamp to your front axle more easily. If they do this they will NOT PUT IT BACK ON, OR THEY WILL NOT PUT IT ON RIGHT...
I had my coach towed and they removed the Steer Safe and they put it back on but they DID NOT TIGHTEN THE SPRINGS when they put it back on. I noticed that it was not working right and then I found out that two of the springs were missing on one side. I said ''Shux'' and ordered more and re aligned everything and put the new spring on the unit.

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