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Old 05-10-2013, 02:57 PM   #1
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Air bags

Is there an add on air bag system or something for a allegro open road motor home that really works?
I drive down I-10 through Louisiana sever times a year and the roads beat us apart.
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You will have to tell us what chassis you have before you will get any meaningful information.
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With the year, make, and model, and chassis year, I can check to see if we have anything for your application.
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I have a 1982 Pace Arrow 48,000 miles and I had AirLifts installed front and back last season and I can't belive the difference in ride, handling, It took a few trips to find the correct air pressure but we found that 70 lbs does the trick on ours. Next I want to get a set of Koni's. They had a $50.00 rebate per set of 2 but we never got the rebates for the rears. Strange
Good luck and let us know what you do.
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