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Old 10-29-2012, 09:53 AM   #15
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ga traveler, I'm thinking about purchaseing a 2002 Holiday rambler Endevor. First question is do I have a problem/issue with the R4R, RR4R The rig has 8 air bags. Second Question is how/where do I get the drivers side window repaired. Cloudy/foggy not broken. I think it just lost the seal/vacuum. Thanks for being on the forum and available.
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Old 10-30-2012, 02:51 PM   #16
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ga traveler, I'm thinking about purchaseing a 2002 Holiday rambler Endevor. First question is do I have a problem/issue with the R4R, RR4R The rig has 8 air bags. Second Question is how/where do I get the drivers side window repaired. Cloudy/foggy not broken. I think it just lost the seal/vacuum. Thanks for being on the forum and available.
Nobody is a bigger fan of airbags than I am. 4 bags are good 8 are better. The first thing I did when I bought my Pace Arrow, was to add airbags. There are several companies that repair double pane windows. I like the repair better than the replacement because new windows usually have a one year warranty and some window repair companies warrant them for 5 years. check the blogs for the names of the repair companies. There is one in Arkansas and another in Fla. and some out west.
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Old 10-30-2012, 03:00 PM   #17
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The way I understand it the # in the chassis ie. RR4R is the number of air bags. I have been told there is not a problem with the 8 bag chassis
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Old 10-31-2012, 08:30 AM   #18
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Most of the diesel pushers we sold had air suspension. We had very little trouble with the systems. The main problem was the height sensors. This was easily taken care of with a simple adjustment. Keep in mind one thing. When you are reading about problems in IRV2 or motorhome magazine, You never hear from the thousands of people who never have problems. Most people never write about how great their rigs are doing, They only write in with a problem.
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Hi, we just experienced the same problem. Our stairs were not retracting completely or at all. Had to nudge them in. In fact once going down the road someone passing on the right side pointed to the stairs they were still out! Long story short took them to a RV dealer locally, the tech adjusted the travel as they were extending too far out and sometimes partially locking. Yes there was and adjustment and he did throughly lube all. I have read a similar post recently where OP had taken the motor apart and cleaned with compressed air the gearing then lubed, maybe do a search on the forum.
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