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Posted: 11/04/19 06:29pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

The axles most TTs come with are barely adequate under ideal conditions.
Upgrading axles has made it onto my to do list on every TT I have owned.

My present TT came with 5200# axles. It now rolls on 7000# axles. I really wanted 8000#, but there were some clearance issues I could not resolve.

This one of my top suggestions in improving reliability on your TT.



Huntindog
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2010 Palomino Sabre 30 BHDS
84 gal. Grey. 84 gal. Black
2 bathrooms, no waiting
2011 Silverado CC DA big dually.



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