Trip update

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  1. Frank Celia says:

    Hello Glenn: Frank here from Wash DC area. I have been following your videos over the past year and really enjoy your recommendations on adding items that make rving better. I also appreciate your candour on some of your videos, i bought my 2017 entegra aspire from lazy days (saw that video too), we just came back from lazy days in february for some warranty work. Stayed about 3 days at the crown club, enjoyed the free food. All turned out there ok.

    My main point in contacting you concerns the safe t plus video you produced. I would like to have that installed however it appears that on the 2017 aspire, the ABS VALVES may prevent the safe t plus from being installed. Possibly some interference from the valves or rubbing against them. Contacted Spartan, they are kinda familiar with this issue. They stated to not relocate the abs valves, I would not do this anyway. So just passing that along, wish the was something else out there similar to the safe t plus.

    Safe travels and maybe one day we will meet during our travels.

  2. Duane Haen says:

    I own a 2017 Entegra Aspire and their was no problems installing the Saftey Plus.. It’s been on and working great for over a year

    • GRT says:

      Hi Duane
      That’s good to hear, but the 2018 models have the ABS valve installed in a different location that means it’s not possible to now fit a soft t plus.

  3. Frank says:

    Hello Duane, Frank here, that sounds great. Where did you get the install done? ALSO…just curious, does it give you a smoother, better ride? as well as the obvious safety feature on a tire blowout.

  4. Bob says:

    As long as you keep the air lines going from the abs relay valve in the centre to the abs modulator valves for each front wheel end the same lengthen each side, you will be ok to move the abs relay valve higher or backwards etc.

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