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Old 09-05-2012, 01:38 PM   #1
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1992 P series front end question

I have been searching and reading everything I can to improve my RV's handling and fix some problems. I have a 32ft Winnebago Andventurer on the P32 chassis. We use it to pull our 28ft enclosed drag trailer and it is a running beast after all my mods. Here is a run down..

1) Air bags are flat & it broke a sway bar clamp. I ordered new Air lift bags but I am stuck between just getting new bushings & clamps from Roadmaster or a kit. Not sure a larger bar will make that large of a difference. Thoughts?

2) I am going to install shocks but my steering stabilizer if different than any I have seen. It faces forward.

3) Lastly, I have what appears to be a helper spring that runs under the crossmember and clamps on teh bottom of each a-arm. Does anyone have any info on this thing?

Sorry for the long post...just wanted to get everything down while it's fresh.
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1 bags will help front and rear. 2 get poly bushings. 3 can't help. Have you checked the bell cranks?
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Old 09-05-2012, 01:47 PM   #3
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Also check the lower ball joints
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Old 09-05-2012, 01:48 PM   #4
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1 bags will help front and rear. 2 get poly bushings. 3 can't help. Have you checked the bell cranks?

That is on my "to do" list. I've owned the old girl since 1997 and she's been a great unit. Wife is doing some remodeling so I wanted to start making mechanical updates.
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