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Old 03-04-2014, 06:13 PM   #1
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Air level

What exactly does the air level option do?
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Old 03-04-2014, 09:41 PM   #2
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same as the hydraulic leveling system only without jacks. It individually raises and lowers air bags to level your coach.
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Is this used only when parked or are there uses while in motion ?
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Give Tiffin a call and ask them. Ask for Danny Innman when you call as he can probably answer any question you might have. The alternative would be to post your question on tiffinrvnetwork.com.
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Give Tiffin a call and ask them. Ask for Danny Innman when you call as he can probably answer any question you might have. The alternative would be to post your question on tiffinrvnetwork.com.
do you have a # for mr Innman?
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Is this used only when parked or are there uses while in motion ?
Some systems such as Hadley or HWH Active Air use the air leveling to stabilize the ride. Other systems are only for leveling while parked.
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The 45LP Bus has the option of air leveling. That is leveling when you are parked with air instead of your jacks however, it also actively levels the coach while driving, which is really cool. We have yet to drive our coach but we've been in it while the Tiffin driver was test driving our coach and the air ride and leveling works wonderfully. We can't wait to drive it ourselves. The air system that the Allegro Bus's use is by a company called Valid, which is the same company that does the Prevosts.
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The 45LP Bus has the option of air leveling. That is leveling when you are parked with air instead of your jacks however, it also actively levels the coach while driving, which is really cool. We have yet to drive our coach but we've been in it while the Tiffin driver was test driving our coach and the air ride and leveling works wonderfully. We can't wait to drive it ourselves. The air system that the Allegro Bus's use is by a company called Valid, which is the same company that does the Prevosts.
I have a 2014 45LP. The air leveling on mine is great while driving. keeps the coach quite level while traveling. The Air leveling while sitting is faster and great for short stops or overnite, otherwise if you can use the jacks they are much better for longer stays. Only had mine for a few weeks but this is my experience.
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