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Old 08-19-2020, 05:44 PM   #1
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Sumo Springs

I just came back from our second camping trip with this new rig and it looks like the coach is squatting so my question is do I add Sumo Springs or an additional leaf spring.
My previously Minnie Winnie needed a leaf on one side to correct a lean while normally loaded so I'm familiar with the factory building a coach and not paying attention to this detail
I did some research on the Sumo add on and a Roadmaster anti sway system and looks like a winner.......any one got input

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