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Old 10-07-2015, 08:16 AM   #11
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I read this thread with interest. I had a 2007 Georegtown 750 that leaned to the passenger side. Warranty fix was to put a wedge under the passenger side springs. While the coach then sat level it would lean terribly on left winding roads to the point it scared me. I was about to add airbags when I say the Berkshire and traded. Now you say that the factory was adding wedges as a normal course of doing business. Hard to believe. This tells me they are overloading the chassis on one side as I always thought and I would think that would be a serious safety issue. Hard to believe this goes on. Again SAFETY ISSUE. Beautiful coach but I was always scared when driving my Georgetown.

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