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Old 07-02-2017, 09:29 AM   #15
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The simulators on our rig have 5 holes that are smaller than the ones in the steel wheel. I can see that air flow would be restricted but at the same time, not sure how much, if any, air flow is needed through the holes in the first place.

Ours is the Workhorse chassis and i have had problems with sticking calipers. I tend to believe, like you, that the simulators weren't the cause. So yes, the pretty chrome simulators are still on the motorhome.
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Ok, I ran them on a prior class C for 24 years and never an issue.
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Hate 'Em

I hate the ones on our Class A. They make getting tire pressures and topping the tires off a royal pain.

I may remove them all one day and see if my wife notices......
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I hate the ones on our Class A. They make getting tire pressures and topping the tires off a royal pain.

I may remove them all one day and see if my wife notices......


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