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I trimmed the brackets. Cut them off just above the upper hole that isn't used.


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ksanford wrote:

KMiller..how much trouble was it to get the carpet out from under the slide?

Sorry Msgtsniper, the placard on ours is faded, too


I replaced my carpet with vinyl click type flooring.
getting the old carpet out from under the slides was a pain but not unmanageable I blocked up the slides and just physically pulled the carpet out from under.
I think it was stapled or tacked in place. If you have friends or a couple of people to help you pull on it. I didn’t have help so Ibasically folded it over to get a good grip on it and then pulled it out using a come along.

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Msgtsniper wrote:

I trimmed the brackets. Cut them off just above the upper hole that isn't used.

Thanks for the reply I’m working on that right now.
Did you install rear sway bars also?
This sounds kind of stupid but I think I just figured out there’s a stock sway bar back there and I’m wondering if it’s worth it replacing it with a roadmaster.

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It's personal feel, some do install additional rear some don't. I did and think it was totally worth it. Took away a lot of rear sway so the coach is more pleasant to drive.

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Msgtsniper wrote:

It's personal feel, some do install additional rear some don't. I did and think it was totally worth it. Took away a lot of rear sway so the coach is more pleasant to drive.

Do you have to remove the old sway bars or do you add the new sway bars along with them?

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The additional rear sway bar goes behind the axel to work with the existing sway bars. For a total of three.

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Awesome thanks for the quick reply I’m in the process of installing the rear sway bar now.

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Here’s another dumb question
have you guys figured out how to cool down the hot water
I don’t know of a mixing valve unless you use the water heater bypass valve as a mixing valve To cool down the scalding hot water that comes out of your water heater?

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Usually you supplement the hot water with the cold water on each fixture.

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Nice.

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