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Old 06-02-2017, 04:57 PM   #43
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We have just purchased a 27 Flying Cloud. Not built very good.we owned a 30 classic for 11 years and loved it.this 27 is not balanced correctly. Every thing falls in the floor from the back end. Also most of the air conditioner vents end up in the flood . So sorry they build it this way.
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Old 06-02-2017, 11:37 PM   #44
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I have the same problems with my 2014 25' Flying Cloud. Lots of bouncing. We tape the under-the-sink cabinets, put blankets over the glasses and dishes and try to stabilize the dinette cushions, but they always are on the floor. We had a 2005 Classic and didn't have these issues. It was heavier, which might be the issue.
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Old 06-03-2017, 06:43 PM   #45
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I have the same problems with my 2014 25' Flying Cloud. Lots of bouncing. We tape the under-the-sink cabinets, put blankets over the glasses and dishes and try to stabilize the dinette cushions, but they always are on the floor. We had a 2005 Classic and didn't have these issues. It was heavier, which might be the issue.
There are "experts" here for sure that may know, but my suspicion would be your TV is too stiff, the tires too inflated, or some combination which is causing this...we have had 3- 25' safari and FC AS's with our 1/2 T F150 we jus traded for the 3/4 T F250. Ride in this past week in the F250 since picking it up is stiffer for sure, but we are getting a 28' FC Twin and pick up next week. Thus far just driving past few days, this truck is stiffer for sure, but better than the earlier 2016 and before models we drove....will report back after we pick up the 28/
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