would the firestone 2080 air springs work
Firestone 2080 Ride-Rite Air Springs Chevy/GMC 1963-1992 P30 Class A Motorhome Chassis
would the firestone 2080 air springs work on my 1973 travco 22ft. class a motorhome? the front end is the problem.the springs are slack and causes the coach front end to droop considerably.the rear end is at the correct height.the Travco is built on a dodge RM-350 chassis with a 440-3 V8 motor.heavy! i can get new springs but like the idea of substituting the air springs instead.i have installed Bilstein shocks all way around but they have made only a modest improvement to the front end problem.i sure would like to hear your thoughts on this matter.regards,Brian leibow.
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Open Jul 23, 2015 - 01:52 PM
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Aug 05, 2015 - 09:48 PM
I definitely think it's the way to go, but I cannot find an option for that RM-350 chassis by Air Lift or Firestone. I put the coil over version on a 23' Winnebago I had and it made a huge difference. It allows you to fine tune the setup versus being stuck with what ever the springs give you.
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