Category Archives for RV Suspension


Do Airbags Increase Payload Capacity? (Towing Capacity)

You may have heard salesmen tell you or your friends that to increase the truck’s payload, all you have to do is add air bags. Well, what they are not telling you is that is not the right thing to do.

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Track Bar vs Sway Bar: Is a Sway Bar The Same As a Track Bar?

Improve your handling is what these types of parts are all about. They are designed to make your ride more comfortable and safer when you have obstacles to avoid or corners to turn. Whether your vehicle

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Roadmaster Active Suspension Problems (Pros and Cons, Review)

Sometimes, people are just not content with what they have. That can be a good attitude as the world has benefited from many top upgrades and other inventions. However, not all inventions prove the claims

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F150 With Airbags Guide: Finding F150 Air Bag Kits

There are plenty of companies that make air bags for suspensions. Probably the most famous would be Air Lift and they sell through authorized dealers including some vendors at Amazon Marketplace. These

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Freightliner Air Suspension System Diagram (Parts Breakdown)

One of the things about the truck and auto industry is that the manufacturers are always making changes. One air suspension system diagram may be a bit different from another one made a year or two later.

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Common Sumo Springs Problems: Are Sumo Springs Worth It?

They may be progressive, but they are not perfect. Some Sumo Spring owners have reported different issues that they have experienced after installation. Part of the problem will be how the springs were

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SumoSprings vs Timbrens: Which Is Better? (Before and After)

Some of the more majestic sites are not found along the much traveled interstate system. You have to go off-road to reach these sites and stock springs just may not make it over the rougher roads. That

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Air Bag Pressure To Weight Conversion (Suspension Load PSI)

One explanation goes that if you know the amount of maximum PSI the airbag holds plus the area that the airbag is holding, then you can figure out how much weight the airbag is handling, But there are

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