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Old 05-29-2016, 11:14 AM   #121
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I would love to add cabinets behind the master bedroom TV but I would like to have a set up like the TV over the 364 kitchen sink.. Does anyone know where that TV mound came from??
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Old 06-11-2016, 10:48 AM   #122
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SternHappens, The tracbar is a Blue Ox TT2401. Stearing stabilizer is a Roadmaster RBK9. Modmike, We're southeast of Dayton, OH. I'd love to take a test drive if you're within an hour or two of me.
So this is all I need to do to tighten this baby up? I have 2017 model and you say the CHF won't work on it?
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Old 06-11-2016, 10:51 AM   #123
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So this is all I need to do to tighten this baby up? I have 2017 model and you say the CHF won't work on it?
That's news to me. First thing you should do is is weigh rig, lower tire pressure as per Michelin inflation tables, and do the CHF.
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That's news to me. First thing you should do is is weigh rig, lower tire pressure as per Michelin inflation tables, and do the CHF.
Ok I must have got your post mixed up with another
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I will be adding track bar and safety steer. May do summo's later on.
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I will be adding track bar and safety steer. May do summo's later on.
So it's a lot better with just the quick fix and lower air pressure?
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Massively.

CHF significantly reduced leaning in corners and proper air pressure completely transformed the ride to a nice comfortable ride.

Proper air pressure also took nearly all the wandering out of the steering. Really unbelievable transformation for me.

I will still do a safety steer for the blowout security and steering damping.
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Massively. CHF significantly reduced leaning in corners and proper air pressure completely transformed the ride to a nice comfortable ride.

Proper air pressure took nearly all the wandering out of the steering. Really unbelievable transformation for me.
Great glad to hear. Thanks
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Old 06-12-2016, 12:18 PM   #129
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RVnut, as to putting the same TV bracket in the bedroom as the Kitchen, I think the problem you'll run into is the height on that bracket, I don't think it would fit with the existing framing. The things with cutting a new door and using a piano hinge was no messing all all with the existing framing. I used the magnet catches at first to hold the door shut, but out of an abundance of safety added a physical latch as well. So if being tightly secure and safety is your concern, there are a number of latches that you could use.
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Some more mods:
10. Roadmaster steering stabilizer
11. Helwig swaybar links in the front, cheap handling fix front and back
12. Solution for two cots to go over the dining table (will add an inflatable queen mattress)--makes up for hide-a-bed sofa I removed (Item 6)
Pictures for items 6, 7, 8, and 12 (previously posted pictures for item 1):
Did you remove the hinged seat cushions so those cots Sit flat? Do you have link to that specific cot? Thanks
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