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Old 10-06-2015, 03:32 PM   #1
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Winter Storage Question

Our previous coach was built on a Freightliner chassis. I attended Camp Freightliner and learned that they recommended the chassis being supported, during long storage periods, by wooden blocks which are placed under the jack pads. When the air in the leveling bags releases, the chassis settles down on the blocks which ultimately keeps weight off the tires and allows the chassis to rest on the blocks.
Now that I have a Spartan chassis, does anyone know if Spartan recommends anything like this?
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I addressed this issue with Entegra when we had the Aspire. What I was told then, was that the chassis really didn't care one way or the other. They weren't sure about the tires. (Caveat: Two and a half year old info)
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