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Old 08-06-2018, 03:54 PM   #1
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2000 Itasca Spirit Cabover Movement

The other day while driving my 2000 31ft Itasca Spirit I noticed the cabover edge on the drivers side flexing up and down while on the road. Is that normal?. I've had class A's in the past

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It is probably not "normal", but after a lot of bouncing over rough roads, things do work loose. Many older class C's develop leaks in that area and it can be a constant battle to keep up with them.
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