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Old 07-25-2008, 05:37 AM   #21
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I agree all of the aftermarket air limiting systems will help the porposing, wallowing, wind thrusts and handling but they do not dampen wheel jounce and rebound.
I should mention that every time I questioned how this coach should feel riding over bumps, ect., each and every technician I spoke to (FL and Winnie) said to check and/or adjust regularly is the RIDE HEIGHT and adjust the tire air pressure to match the actual (four corner) coach weight per the tire manufacturer specification.
2003 34H Journey, 300 HP Cummins, 2000MH Allison, Demco "Excalibar" Tow Bar, BrakePro and Chevy HHR
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