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Old 06-05-2015, 04:14 PM   #11
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It is normal to have a bend in them it's for camber

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Old 06-05-2015, 08:52 PM   #12
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The axle on our 23IKSS has a slight bow also, this in normal. Have you used your camper yet since you installed the steadyfast stabilizer system? We have used ours 3 times since I installed them on ours and what a difference it makes. The only thing I have to remember to do is loosen the clamps when cranking the stabilizers up and down. On our last trip I forgot to loosen the clamp on the one to the rear of the camper and could not figure out why the stabilizer cranked down harder than normal. Once I remembered that I had not loosened the clamp and then done so it worked much better. I think the stabilizer system was worth the money spent on it.

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How is tire wear? If wearing even then I wouldn't be concerned.

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