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Old 05-04-2014, 06:58 AM   #43
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I don't have it in inches, but it is right at the height in all the way around that allows me to insert my fat fingers (about 3/4") and that's my measurement stick on every start up.
Chuck's should have more clearance than that as the '14s have bigger fender openings than the earlier ones did.
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Old 05-04-2014, 07:03 AM   #44
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Darn, I feel like I have such an old coach:(
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Well after talking to Noel (loisjop) and getting some suggestions on trouble shooting the problem. I'll be on the phone to Spartan Monday morning. We are at a campground so we retracted the jacks at about 7 pm and aired it and used the finger measurement method fully aired up I could get two fingers (stacked) to the top of the tire. Let it set all night and turned the key to on, I had lost about 15lbs in both front and back. But more importantly when I went to finger measure again I put one finger in and it hit far down on the tire. Sticking my hand up in there the tire was very close to rubbing on the frame (couldn't even get my hand in there) so any turning would of created rubbing.
Hopefully Spartan will help with this cause now I'm real nervous to be driving it
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RR, ours had a similar problem and it went back to Spartan for that reason. It was that last overnight stay at LD that I said it needed to go back and be fixed right. LD had 30 days to correct it and they could not. I lost all air pressure on the rear gauge before bedtime after 3 attempts to fix the problem. Not sure what Spartan found yet until we pick up the coach next week.
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RR, ours had a similar problem and it went back to Spartan for that reason. It was that last overnight stay at LD that I said it needed to go back and be fixed right. LD had 30 days to correct it and they could not. I lost all air pressure on the rear gauge before bedtime after 3 attempts to fix the problem. Not sure what Spartan found yet until we pick up the coach next week.
Spartan found the master dump valve on my coach was leaking all the time. They replaced that, but I am having the coach checked again to see if there is any problems with the air suspension system. GGW
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