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LX and LXI (Unique Issues) If you have a unique issue with your LX or LXI model coach and it can't be answered in one of the other forums here, then this is where you can list it, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THOSE ISSUES INVOLVED WITH ANY LAWSUIT.....list your LX and LXI Parts here too.

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Old 09-30-2011
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That's not dirt, that's character!
Patina of use and not a garage (or barn) queen
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And y'all have those spensive fancy rear brake canisters.
Can not remember the Brand name.???
Bill, those are MGM Magnum Piston type brakes; my 89 FC had those.

http://www.mgmbrakes.com/documents/90-004.pdf

http://www.mgmbrakes.com/documents/91-005.pdf
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Nice work David.

I do notice many differences, even so, I'm surprised to see how similar your Ridewell set up is to mid 80's Ridewell. 20 years later, same shocks.

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Bill, that's the beauty of the Ridewell components, and wanderlodges in general, 45 plus years of evolution!

David G, great pics! Keep 'em coming. I can't get enough of this stuff. But I have to agree with your wife! (And, mine)! We're nuts!
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It was interesting to see how much more robust the front shock mount was compared to the '95 -- with the "known" durability issue of left front shock mounts on pusher models over several years. For comparison, see the shock mount repair to my coach at
http://gallery.me.com/aeonix1#100243...or=black&sel=1
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Pete, The engineer that I know at Ridewell told me that around year 2000 Ridewell implemented a stress analysis, FEA, on all there suspension systems. While over the years the systems outwardly look very similar, there are quite a few detail differences.
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Thanks guys. I'm just goofin off - had some spare time last night, which in my household is pretty unusual! Good eyes John, I had to go back to look for the Centramatics! John, did you spot the Koni FSD shocks? The Safe-T-Plus is pretty easy to see.
You got me on the FSD's! . I did see the Safe-T-Plus...
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