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Old 04-07-2014, 09:33 AM   #15
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track bar will help some, I installed on my Winnebago Access 26QP, Bilstein shocks,Roadmaster sway bars, Blue Ox track bar, SafeTPlus steering stabilizer. All this made the unit drive-able to my standards. But I still prefer my Dynamax, so I gave Winni to my Kids.
Not sure how long your Dynamax is but one of my concerns was size. I wanted something that I could park in normal parking lots at shopping centers, golf courses and even hotel parking lots. I like the Dynamax a lot but I did not want to have that much money in a vehicle I would use once in a while.
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Old 04-07-2014, 11:09 AM   #16
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You need to compare apples to apples. Comparing a 45K GVWR Show Hauler to a 22K GVWR gas unit is useless. Plus you really need to look at the other aspectS of each.
Figure out what your willing to spend and then compare what you can get in a super C and what you can get in a Class A. Look at things like storage, both interior and exterior. How much do you really need to tow. Now you can start to compare handling and ride characteristics and do some demo drives.
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