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      Totally redone inside and out!
      1 Slide-Out, 38ft. in length.
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    • Best stuff I ever used was the purple  liquid the Navy Non Destruct Test (NDT) guys used looking from cracks.  Stuff was so thin it would soak through your skin!  Had a small bottle that lasted  me twenty plus years.  Probably still used but not for us civilians.  Sorry,, don't know what it was called. Lenp
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    • The best way to get the real CCC is to load up with fluids and people then drive to a CAT scale. CAT scales certify their accuracy. Then once loaded go get a 4-wheel weigh so you know which parts of your load need to shift from one corner to another. You rig will drive so nicely once you adjust everything. Linda Sand
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