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Old 02-21-2016, 07:33 AM   #15
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... Aired up the suspension and total travel was only 3 inches. Is that normal??...
Does anyone else think this is NOT normal...by a LOT?

My front should be 9" and rear 8.25". I know there will be some differences in different years and lengths but 3" would appear to be WAY off.
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Does anyone else think this is NOT normal...by a LOT?

My front should be 9" and rear 8.25". I know there will be some differences in different years and lengths but 3" would appear to be WAY off.
Your measurement is for checking ride height sitting still and level bags inflated. I think op was talking about how much his suspension lifted the MH from deflated to inflated air bags. I have never actually measured how much mine lifts but I know it is not 8 or 9 inches lift.

It is an old post anyway.
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