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    Rear Stabilizers

    Hi Ant,
    I have no rear stabilizers on my Honda Acty at present, but have bought some to mount onto it. My question is do I mount them on the Romahome body and if so what clearance do I need from the road as the rear of my unit is very low anyway. Thank you Sonya
    I make occasional visits to reality, but I'm not a full time resident
    http://minimouseandmilos.blogspot.com

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    Hi Sonya.
    Romahome always fitted them to the rear of the body so I assume the clearance was ok. You might want to put some spring assistors on the Honda if you find you catch the steadies.
    Ant

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      #3
      What are Spring Assistors? think they definately out of my scope of ability ..
      I make occasional visits to reality, but I'm not a full time resident
      http://minimouseandmilos.blogspot.com

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        #4
        Originally posted by Minimouse View Post
        What are Spring Assistors? think they definately out of my scope of ability ..
        MAD Spring assistors seem to be the thing!

        Here's a good website which expains, MM. http://www.towbex.co.uk/www.towbex.net/info.php?p=12

        I know there is at least one person on here who had them fitted, I think. Was it Dabs?

        A local garage wouldn't charge much to fit them I'm sure.

        Here's a previous thread on the subject... there are a few more if you type 'Spring Assistors' into the search at the top of the page.
        http://www.smallmotorhome.co.uk/foru...ring+assistors
        Last edited by jayjay; 04-02-2011, 10:33.

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          #5
          I made some spring assisstors for my C15, cost me £1

          Bought 2 yamaha xs1100 motorcycle rear shocks from recycling yard, removed springs. I the made 2 steel holders that bolt to swing arm to hold the bottom of the springs and the other ends goe over the rubber bump stop. lifted the back end up about 4".
          A little more noisy when driving as some of the road bump noise is transmitted up the the rear chassis more efficiently.

          There is a thread on this site somewhere about it but not sure where.

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            #6
            It would be useful if you could take some photos so that people can get an idea of what you mean

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