I purchased a used 915 Lance, and it came with four spring-loaded XL tiedowns. More than once, I have seen that only two of them should be spring-loaded. Any thought or concerns?
I noticed that the tc is also equipped with the brackets for the Lance cabover stabilizers, but they were not included. Any thoughts on whether I should purchase a pair of these?
All 4 of my tie downs are spring loaded. Just curious what the reason is behind only having two be spring loaded? It seems they are all subject to some pretty strong pulling forces at times. I think the springs act to soften this force on the camper brackets.
i have a 915 lance,have spring loaded tie downs,got em used,not sure what brand(4)I have a spray in bed liner and all seems well useing all 4....camper doesnt move,no damage
1995 silverado dually,2005 lance 915 lite
SanDiego, CA, USA
I only used spring loads on the rear pair, because that's all I had and I never got around to buying 2 more, but I don't see a problem with using them on all 4 corners.
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