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Old 10-21-2013, 05:56 PM   #11
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Hey Phil, did you go to the Camp Freightliner. I'm going next April. Any suggestions other than alignment?

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Old 10-21-2013, 06:41 PM   #12
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i have a 2014 and does anyone have trouble with it roadwalking when a simi truck passes you and if so what did you do to sove the problem
Accelerate a little as the truck passes you. Same idea as how you should accelerate for a bit if you have a blowout to keep forward moving stability. It will reduce the side sway if that is what you are referring too. I do this with my MH after having good luck doing the same when pulling big trailers behind my pickup.

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Old 10-21-2013, 07:29 PM   #13
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Hey Phil, did you go to the Camp Freightliner. I'm going next April. Any suggestions other than alignment?
Yes I did. It's well worth the time. Mike Cody teaches the class and he's a good guy. A lot of couples where there and he made it interesting for everyone.
As far as other maintenance they can look up your vin # and make sure you here everything done. That's where I had they front axel upgrade done. Also they do have a nice little campground parking lot to stay. Not a bad setup. Mine was basically new so I didn't have that much to do but there was several that needed to get back on track with maintenance.
If you haven't had a four point weight they can do that also. The nice part is they know everything about your MH and do it right.

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