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Old 03-07-2016, 04:16 PM   #11
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glad you saw it . . . perhaps a setting on your desktop?
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Where are 9? I only see 6
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There are 3 on each side of the pin box on the end of the rollers and 1 in the middle of each roller that you access by looking into the pin box from the back side where your electrical cord come out
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Thanks, I'll lube them today. I can't find a manual for this. I wonder how many have no idea about the three hidden zerks
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Thanks, I'll lube them today. I can't find a manual for this. I wonder how many have no idea about the three hidden zerks

Isn't it amazing how little the dealers tell the customer about these coaches? In many cases, I think that even the dealers don't know about the "9 zerks" on the Tri-Glide pin box. That is rather sad to say at the least!!!

When I bought my coach, I asked the dealer's service manager to grease those 9 zerks because, at the time, I did not have grease gun with a flexible tube to access the "hidden 3 zerks". The service manager asked me "What 3 zerks?".
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Those of you who have had cracks in the lower jaw, where abouts are they, could you post a photo that way I/we know what to look for.

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Those of you who have had cracks in the lower jaw, where abouts are they, could you post a photo that way I/we know what to look for.

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I didn't have any cracks, the pin plate just pivoted o the jaw.\
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The flex-air I installed is a little longer, so the valve is much easier to get to.

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I had the same problem, I kept it greased but did not help, when I would hit an approach to a bridge it would slam back and forth, I contacted the manufacturer and they replaced the tri-glide with a rigid lower pin and I have not had anymore problems also they replaced it under warranty at no charge.
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