Originally Posted by deandec
Well I just had to check my 1995 Country Coach manual. (Its near 100 degrees again today so lots of time to waste....)
It says "IN THE EVENT OF THE FAILURE OF THE AIR BAGS.............. COUNTRY COACH RECOMMENDS TO MANEUVER THE VEHICLE TO A SAFE STOPPING AREA WHERE THE NECESSARY REPAIRS CAN BE MADE PRIOR TO CONTINUING TRAVEL. CONTINUED OPERATION OF THE VEHICLE MAY RESULT IN DAMAGE TO BOTH THE TRANSMISSION AND THE UNDERCARRIAGE."
(Yes, the manual's statement is in All Caps.)
So some CC owners may need to stop and not drive with the loss of an Air Spring. I suspect I will do so.
dean, you made me feel guilty!
to make sure i didn't pass up a wrong info, i went back and re-read the segment, here you go...
it looks like the design differences between gillig and dynomax do exist! the best is to check one's own manual and act accordingly.
be well on the road!!