Hey Booster. I'm considering changing the front Springs on my 05 RT 210P. I've read on several Threads that the Moog 81004 is the one to use. I vaguely remember you doing something similar to your 190. Getting the front end OFF the Bump Stops is my goal, allowing the front Suspension to work as designed. Any advice would be SO appreciated...Also, I have to replace the A/C Compressor. While my trusted Mechanic is in there, I'm considering swapping out the stock Alternator for the Workhorse 250 AMP (Instead of having a dedicated second Alternator). The thought is to get more AMPS quickly to my four House AGM Batteries (Adding an additional Wire of the same Gauge through the Isolator to the House Batteries). My question is, IF the House Batteries are "Thirsty" enough, will this change truly charge the Batteries quicker?...I've enjoyed reading all about the Mods you've done to your Coach
Hey Booster, do you mind if I share one of your shift point charts over on the Facebook Chevrolet Roadtrek forum. Some people have been asking about shift points etc and that would be a great reference. Thanks, Mike.
Booster, you provided generous insight to my recent request about GPS so I thought I'd update you. The RV GPS did indeed have several poor reviews. Since we have a Pleasure Way Asent with the MB chassis, I decided to buy a Garmin DriveSmart 61 vs a dedicated RV GPS. With the size of our unit, and our style of travel we think we'll be doing, this should work out for us. I'll know more over the summer. Thanks again for a great relpy.
I have a 2011 190 and have been trolling for over a year. I absorbed much of what was written regarding suspension mods but I guess I had not read recently. Your postings of last summer about the issues you had with Bill Erb springs has now caught my attention.
I am currently driving down the West coast from Canada heading to see Bill Erb having decided getting back to factory ride height was desireable to help save my plumbing.
Having now seen your issue with Bill's springs, I suddenly am getting cold feet. Bill does sound knowledgeable and has a "get it done" attitude that I appreciate.
I had discussions with Tuftruk last year, was offered prototype springs, but that all fizzled for some production relate reason.
I conclude from the forum that Bill Erb was the best option. I was disappointed that Bill did not respond to your issues with his product. Continued