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Old 06-27-2014, 07:57 PM   #41
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What part number did you use for the brackets? Looking to buy the one on eBay, but the brackets are not included.

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Go to the Blue Ox website and find out which ones you need. They have a chart that will give you the correct bracket's part number.
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Old 06-27-2014, 11:05 PM   #42
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What part number did you use for the brackets? Looking to buy the one on eBay, but the brackets are not included.

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I used the TC6011 on mine.....'14 Berk. I would think that yours should be the same, but best to check the Blue Ox website or give them a call, they answer 24hrs/day (at least they used to)

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Well, just got back from a 1500 mile jaunt and am lovin' the TueCenter! No doubt the steering is much more controlled in wind, but also it just takes so much less effort to control, going down the road. Occasionally, if the wheel seems to pull a bit, just push the button to correct your path. Did 750 miles today and although it was a long day, I've been more beat up on shorter days without this. The damping effect can be achieved for less money with some other products out there, but the ability to correct on the fly is priceless....


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