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Old 03-27-2019, 11:13 AM   #21
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Iím not 100% sure but I donít believe the regular valve stems can handle 100 pounds or more, thus the need for them. Plus, if you use TPMS, the rubber valve stems could eventually leak due to the centrifugal force.

My 377 had the cross braces welded on the spring hangers but not the middle bracket for the equalizer. Thatís the only one I added.
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Iím not 100% sure but I donít believe the regular valve stems can handle 100 pounds or more, thus the need for them. Plus, if you use TPMS, the rubber valve stems could eventually leak due to the centrifugal force.

My 377 had the cross braces welded on the spring hangers but not the middle bracket for the equalizer. Thatís the only one I added.
Thanks Tom. I do have the high pressure values, I looked and also verified with tire place that mounted. I also am going to just go with the one cross member. Camping World has a special for SQU installs so I am going to just have them do the surge protector for $59. I am having a service come out to install everything else (shocks, Wet Bolts, X-Bracket, cameras, etc..) with me helping so I can learn.

BTW- I notice a good difference with the Sailuns (100 psi.)Seems to pull easier and smoother. The shocks should smooth it out more I would imagine/hope.

Thanks again.

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We are always looking for more storage space in the kitchen. We rarely used the bar stool so I extended the base cabinet to the edge of the counter top and added more storage. I used premium pine from Lowes and my air stapler. Finished it with Expresso color paint. It blends it so nice you don't notice the extension.
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We are always looking for more storage space in the kitchen. We rarely used the bar stool so I extended the base cabinet to the edge of the counter top and added more storage. I used premium pine from Lowes and my air stapler. Finished it with Expresso color paint. It blends it so nice you don't notice the extension.


Wow! Excellent work. I wish I could do that to mine but the Ď16 model didnít come with the overhang and bar stool.

Your staining looks spot on! You must be a craftsman .
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