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Old 08-01-2015, 12:41 PM   #1
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nstalled my Blue Ox TigerTrak Rear-Axle Stabilizer on my Jayco

Well my Blue Ox TigerTrak Rear-Axle Stabilizer for arrived from UPS today (TT2450). Laid out all the parts ready instructions proceeded to start the install on my Jayco 31DS E-450 (no air bags). First I must say this product is very well-built. The only thing that I thought was this product came with grade 5 bolts I upgraded all the bolts the grade 8.

Loosened or four bolts on the sway-bar rear mount assembly, remove the two bolts from the passenger side and install the supply bracket and the two new bolts. Remove the two bolts from the driver side slid into spacer plate and reinstall the two new bolts.

This was very easy took me all of about 20 minutes including reading the instructions. Proceeded to mount the frame rail clip this was a little more hard than instructions B
said, got the assembly up on the frame rail loosely fit and tighten all bolts installed the drag link bar I set the length, proceeded to tighten all bolts on the frame clip after centering it up.

There was some minor wiring miscellaneous stuff we had to move out-of-the-way but once we got that done everything seem to work just perfect. All in this entire install take me about 2 1/2 hours doing it myself.

I'm very happy with the results my Jayco 31 DS drives great now can't wait to take it on a trip. If you're thinking about installing attract more I would definitely recommend the blue ox.

I purchased this at Tweetys.com for a great price 539.80 with shipping and no tax. These guys were great and a lot of help. It shipped out that day and arrived here in 2 days.
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Please post an update after you get some miles on the rig in the mountains and in some high winds. Always good to know what increases handleing and what really works.
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So is this in addition to the JRIDE?
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So is this in addition to the JRIDE?
Yes I did add it and it made the ride better
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