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Old 06-18-2006, 04:28 PM   #1
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Any tricks of the trade to help the handling for a 2001 Caribbean by National, It's on a 2001 Spartan Summit 2000 chassis. Thanks, Steve
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Any tricks of the trade to help the handling for a 2001 Caribbean by National, It's on a 2001 Spartan Summit 2000 chassis. Thanks, Steve
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First thing to do is to weigh the coach, verify that the right tires and pressures are being used; you should not still be on the originals. You should think about replacing the shocks and then proceed if need be from there.
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RV Wizzard: thanks for the reply, Tires are goodyear G-159 245/75R 22.5. Already planning to install new blisteins,had read an earlier forum the owner installed a Safe-T-Plus to get things under control. I'm hoping this verson of Spartan is'nt going to be a problem.
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