Grants Pass RV and Auto Repair

Monthly Archives: August 2010

SuperSteer Product Videos Posted!

Want to know how SuperSteer products can improve your truck or coach’s driving and handling performance? Then you’ll be pleasantly surprised, as we’ve posted new SuperSteer product videos! Enjoy as John Henderson shares about products developed to help you with better handling and performance of your coach or truck. John specifically talks about SuperSteer’s Motion Control Units, the SS100 Bell Crank, the SuperSteer Trim Unit, the SuperSteer Trac Bar, the P3032 Bell Crank, SuperSteer’s Coil Springs, SuperTrac Wheel Spacers, and SuperSteer’s Heavy Duty Tie Rods. These videos (and more!) can be viewed under the “products” tab at HendersonsLineUp.com

FMCA Rally at Redmond, OR

A huge “thank you” to each of you who helped make the FMCA Annual Rally (in Redmond, OR) such a huge success! We enjoyed the beautiful weather, making new friends and re-uniting with so many of you! We enjoyed hearing your stories of how various SuperSteer products have helped you over the years, as well as the service you’ve received at the Hendersons Line Up shop. Infact, your testimonies can be heard by clicking under the “about” tab…then simply click on “testimonials.” We look forward to seeing you next year! Or come to Grants Pass, Oregon and visit our shop….please call in advance and let us know you’re coming

“Time and steering play”

Time. And miles. One of the most simple, yet overlooked facts is than rarely do things “go out overnight.” We’ve seen over and over during our Road Performance Assessments that simple wear and tear (and time on the road!) have been the main causes of “play in the steering” and other such ailments. Most of the time, the decline in road performance is so gradual that driver’s grow used to the problem and simply don’t realize an issue even exists. Recently, at the Beaver Coach Rally in Harrisburg, Oregon (at River Bend Resort) Robert of Hendersons Line Up performed a visual inspection on a gentleman’s coach. After hearing a “clunking” noise, however, the rear joint on the drag link was so loose it was clunking in the steering arm. The customer wasn’t even aware of any issue and simply asked for the inspection after our seminar. The driver decided it would be a good idea to “get things checked out.” To everyone’s suprise, the rear joint on the drag link took two good turns before ... read more

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