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Old 04-15-2016, 09:45 AM   #1
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while under the coach, we bounced the bumper by hand, and it oscillated a few times(like bad shocks would) and no leaf spring movement. Then I noticed the new summer tread firestone front tires slightly bouncing some as seen while under the unit. Having been experimenting with the air pucks, I had low air and increased it 70 lbs. After that the bumper test just bounced about once, and saw a slight leaf spring movement.
A calm day and ran 70 MPH and the best ride yet with new front tires and 7 yr old rear all season.

There are two independent stacked air pucks on the axle on each side, I saw them slightly separate while bouncing the rear bumper because of low psi.
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2001 coach house 192tb.
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Old 04-30-2016, 10:40 AM   #2
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2001 dodge coach 192tb RV 118,000 miles

I traveled 800 miles to ark. at speeds of 65 ,I did go higher to pass vehicles. With a cross wind I would be at 60-65 to keep from drifting. On the way back ,It was 70 mph at least 1/2 way. The RV ran great. No crosswind. Adjusting air ride as I previously said ,and new front firestone summer looking tires ,helped a lot. The rear tires are 1/2 life and soon to be changes out., they are all season goodyear.
added a cd player
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has a led tv
added extra 12 volt to charge things.
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removed little round mirrors from outside mirrors.
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