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Old 07-27-2018, 02:21 PM   #3
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Brand: Still Looking
State: Tennessee
Posts: 297
THOR #7227
I have a 29FE and I feel blessed that I can say from the beginning it has handled fairly well. No white knuckles much lane shift or roll. Slight disturbance when very large very fast moving semis pass but nothing really difficult. Not much moving around in wind or other conditions. All in all very happy compared to many stories I have heard. That being said I will be adding a steering stabilizer and better anti sway bars before the next camping season. I tow a 4400 pound Jeep JKU and it really has no effect except on gas mileage. I feel very lucky, I was passed by another class c on the road and the front end was just bouncing along. I think the speed one drives also matters. I try not to get much faster than 65 most of the time but have hit lower 70s at times. Often I am running 63 on the 70 MPH interstate. I think it handles better as well as saves gas. Just my 2 cents.
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