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Old 03-20-2005, 10:19 AM   #1
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Hi Fellow Boomers,
We are getting ready to make our big journey for this year and have decided after talking with several people at Camping Worlds....here and in Washington State, that this would be an extreme asset to have. Problem is we have looked at "tru center" and "Safe T Plus". Would any of you have any information on these as we are planning to have one put on next week while having some odds and ends done on our coach.
We would kindly appreciate your input.
Thanks So Much,
Richard and Linda Brackett
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Hi Fellow Boomers,
We are getting ready to make our big journey for this year and have decided after talking with several people at Camping Worlds....here and in Washington State, that this would be an extreme asset to have. Problem is we have looked at "tru center" and "Safe T Plus". Would any of you have any information on these as we are planning to have one put on next week while having some odds and ends done on our coach.
We would kindly appreciate your input.
Thanks So Much,
Richard and Linda Brackett
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Old 03-20-2005, 12:34 PM   #3
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Had a front blow out at 45 miles per hour with Safe-T-Plus and couldn't even tell it was the front wheel. I wouldn't drive without it. It even helped wandering to some degree.
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A Blue Ox "True Center" is an on the fly adjustable "Safe-T-Plus". You can trim your steering sorta like an airplane using a dash mounted electric switch.

The Safe-T-Plus applies more tension on its center point than the True-Center. Both devices work to control bump steer and will assist in controlling your steering input in the event of a blow-out.
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