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Old 01-07-2007, 08:05 PM   #1
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For those of you with a longer Class C, how do you deal with the dragging propane tank or rear bumper when going off road? I used to have a 5er and it rode pretty high.
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For those of you with a longer Class C, how do you deal with the dragging propane tank or rear bumper when going off road? I used to have a 5er and it rode pretty high.
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Old 01-14-2007, 02:56 AM   #3
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Jim, If it's a major problem, you could get THIS or if it's a minor problem you could make up a small skid wheel for your receiver hitch.

Update: I see my link won't work because of the IRV2 filters. The guy makes a major league receiver hitch wheel and his company name is dumb but it's a neat product. You can get to it by typing www.h*ll-ya.com in your address slot. Replace the * with an e -
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