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Old 10-29-2012, 07:43 PM   #11
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Now that your air pressures are right you probably don't need to be concerned about filling you fresh water tank. I always fill mine from home and it doesn't affect handling in any way. You already have air bags so personally your next best purchase would be a true center steering stabilizer from Blue Ox. It's the best investment I have made for driving in strong winds.
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Old 10-29-2012, 08:53 PM   #12
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Now that your air pressures are right you probably don't need to be concerned about filling you fresh water tank. I always fill mine from home and it doesn't affect handling in any way. You already have air bags so personally your next best purchase would be a true center steering stabilizer from Blue Ox. It's the best investment I have made for driving in strong winds.
My 2012 has a steering stabilizer from the factory. Is the Blue Ox a direct replacement? What year is your camper?
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