Originally Posted by Davidceder
So, is there any noticeable difference with the Correct Track? If not in ride have you seen any improvements you could relate to the system? And if I may be so bold as to ask about what it runs to have it installed including the kit?
Sorry for the long post but you asked...
Total cost for Equa Flex, Correct Track, never fail bushings and laser alignment was $1290 out the door. The dealer originally quoted $1399 plus tax for everything. When I asked for Correct Track and Never Fail bushings alone, they quoted $899. They came down about $150 on the package deal. I haven't noticed any towing difference from the Correct Track but do notice a softer ride from the Equa Flex. The added height is noticeable, especially from the rear of the trailer. You can see that it sits higher off the axles. The C.T. makes an alignment much easier for a dealer to perform and we are hoping that translates into lower cost. The dealer spec sheet indicated our front axle was almost 3/4" out of alignment from the kingpin and the rear axle out by 1/4". The alignment got both of those specs to within 1/16". Was it worth it...that I don't know. We plan on keeping our Sabre for a long time and felt it was a good investment.