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Old 08-26-2016, 10:31 AM   #1
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Air bags

I have a 99 Georgia boy pursuit, my front air bags are shot, how expensive is it to replace them and is there a cheaper alternative
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If you can safely support the RV, they aren't that hard to change out. If you remove them, numbers on the bag will identify the size, then use Google to find alternate sources for new ones. Labor is the biggest cost, doing it yourself avoids the labor and purchase through internet is cheapest parts source.
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Not that hard to replace, if you decide to jump on it, I found good price and service here: Bilstein Shocks, Firestone Air Bags, Leaf Springs | TruckSpring

Did it here: Air Bag Replacment

If yours isn't IFS it's a fairly straight forward job....
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