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Old 08-26-2015, 03:48 PM   #1
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Air bags for 35' class A motorhome

I wonder if air bags front and rear will help or alleviate the roll side to side when I exit service station driveways? I drive a Winnebago 35A on a w20 Workhorse chassis.

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Maybe will help. Can't hurt.

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Originally Posted by paullson View Post
I wonder if air bags front and rear will help or alleviate the roll side to side when I exit service station driveways? I drive a Winnebago 35A on a w20 Workhorse chassis.
Yes air bags will definitely help to reduce roll! We do have kits available for the W20 chassis, but will need to know the year and GVWR.

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Old 08-27-2015, 06:49 AM   #4
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Air Bags

I installed Airlift Air Bags last year on my W-24 and it made quite a difference.
For me, I had a sag to the passenger side and was told by a chassis person he could change springs, but thought bags were the way to go. Driveability is also better as is stopping.
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Old 08-27-2015, 08:41 AM   #5
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AirLift 1000 system made a dramatic improvement on our P-32 Workhorse. Our front bags were left empty and punctured. The dealer replaced them and made a HUGE difference in not only body roll but improved vibration transfer to the steering wheel. Air Lift is an AWESOME company as well. The dealer forgot to order remote fill kit, AL sent it to me for no charge in 2 days...that is SERVICE! Dealer Tech had a set of remotes on hand and installed them before I got there...so I will be giving him the ones I got for the next person.
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