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Old 04-30-2014, 01:06 PM   #11
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The wind will affect anything you drive. The motorhome will be no different than a large TT or 5er. It's bad when windy and traveling along a road that has lots of trees then some open spots where the wind funnels through. Those sudden gust sometimes catch a person off guard, but it's manageable.
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Old 04-30-2014, 02:28 PM   #12
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The wind will affect anything you drive. The motorhome will be no different than a large TT or 5er. It's bad when windy and traveling along a road that has lots of trees then some open spots where the wind funnels through. Those sudden gust sometimes catch a person off guard, but it's manageable.

To piggy back in this the better you have your front end Alignment and tire pressure set the better it handles. I find mine to handle the wind better than I expected but still a strong wind makes for a long day.
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