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RE: Advice on unique oppotunity

Thanks for all the input. I am going to be taking a closer look over the entire RV to ensure there aren't any issues that I am not aware of, but I think I am going to go for it. I will post some pics if/when......
clotus 02/20/22 05:04am Class C Motorhomes
Advice on unique oppotunity

Okay so here is my situation I am hoping to get some advice, thoughts, insight, or whatever you all have: I currently have a 2017 Minnie Winnie 31K on E450 with a floorplan I love, but the rig doesn't seem to have the best fit n finish. I have the opportunity to switch over to a 2007 Bigfoot 32ST Super C on the Kodiak 5500 chassis with Duramax diesel. Owned by my in-law and meticulously maintained. Floorplan isn't to my preference, but not is not far off. I have always wanted a Super C, but I am concerned that due to the age and Bigfoot not making motorhomes since 2008, I do not want to get into something older that requires more work with minimal support available. On the other hand it seems Bigfoot made a solid product and the chassis seems to be similarly bulletproof like the E450, plus its a Super C with a solid fiberglass roof. I understand there are many factors in this decision, but what would you do? I am really on the fence on this one. Thanks!
clotus 02/18/22 10:14am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Stainless wheel liners.

2017 Minnie Winnie 31k here..... I had the same issue, in the end just pry harder. Mine are held on with a friction style teeth for lack of a better word, just work your way around the wheel with a pry bar and they will start to come loose. It took a bit of muscle and time to work around the wheel, but once you get it going it will all make sense. I still hate taking them off!
clotus 02/09/22 07:07pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Reducing push/pull from tractor trailers passing

We have a 2021 Jayco Greyhawk 29MV, class C. Attached are links for a Hellwig 7180 rear sway bar, a Supersteer SS451 rear trac bar and rear Sumo springs SSR-130-54. Which would have the greatest benefit in reducing the push/pull from large tractor trailers passing us on the interstates? https://www.hellwigproducts.com/products/search-by-vehicle/?Year1=2021&Make=Ford&Model=E-450+Super+Duty https://supersteerparts.com/products/supersteer-ss451-rear-trac-bar-for-ford-e450-2021-v8.html https://supersteerparts.com/products/rear-sumosprings-solo-kit-for-ford-e350-e450-ssr-130-54.html Don't all the Greyhawks come with Jayco's J-ride system which is essentially bolts-on/shocks. I would ensure you don't already have what you have mentioned. I am pretty sure you do not have a trac-bar, which I found really helped. Then I got an alignment, added caster, and man so much better!
clotus 01/22/22 07:14pm Class C Motorhomes
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