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Old 10-04-2020, 07:44 PM   #15
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Old 10-05-2020, 06:54 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by Dutch Star Don View Post
If you read all the posts.....the OP, Ivylog and mine did not work well. The common denominator was that all three were Monaco Roadmaster chassis'. All three created more work (harder to turn the wheel) then the coach was without it. I also felt it was overly taxing my power steering. Again, I believe the Safe-T-Plus just didn't play well with the Roadmaster chassis, which was a whole different beast.
If I’d not done 80K miles without one I might not have noticed the increase from one finger (OK, one finger and thumb) to two hands with the stabilizer. The S-10 chassis handles so well you hardly move the steering wheel...you just nudge it to center in your lane. Our daughter did 1500 miles in 2 days on her first trip out by herself in the 04 Dynasty...this was after 3 hours of lessons. When asked why she did 1500 miles...”I was afraid my dad would go off and leave me”.
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