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Old 04-13-2020, 10:23 AM   #1
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2017 25FB axle lift questions

I want to install the Dexter lift on our 25 foot Airstream while we are all quarantined. I have a few question even after reading all of the post.

1) Does anyone know which dexter kit I need to order?

2) will I have to remove a belly pan that covers a tank? our trailer is a 2017 25fb

I have all of the tools that are needed and from watching videos it doesn't look too difficult. We like to camp on BLM land so that extra height would be nice!

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