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Old 09-16-2018, 10:07 AM   #1
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Motorhome Leans to Right

Our class A looks like it leans to the right from behind. I haven't had a chance to look at it yet as the dishwasher in our house spewed water soaking the living room and kitchen. So I've been busy with repairs and remodel. So does anyone have suggestions on what to look at for a fix? I hope to be able to look at it later this week.
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Check for broken spring mounts.
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When posting using the cell phone APP , signature line doesn't appear .

So you have to remember to add info, about your 99 coach .

How long has the coach been parked ?
Tires all properly inflated ?
Chassis manufacturer?
Along with the other questions , asked by other members.
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Old 09-16-2018, 04:30 PM   #6
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IS the fresh water tank full? Some coaches had a reputation for that depending on floorplans...heck, the "Bounder Lean" was a thing for may years...


Also, is it wearing a MAGA hat? :-)
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First step for me would be a level on the floor to make sure it's not faking it.
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Old 09-17-2018, 03:36 AM   #8
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My previous coach developed a lean to the right in front. It turns out it was much heavier on one side than the other. I took it to a frame shop and they added a leaf to one rear leaf spring and that corrected it. You might want to weigh yours to see if weight may be a factor.
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Just make sure it votes in November mid terms. We need all the help we can get.
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Tell your mil to sit on the other side. Or better yet buy her a bus ticket home.
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Old 09-18-2018, 05:59 AM   #11
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All you need is a spacer in the spring between the axel housing and springs. Good spring shop that handles trucks can fix you up. Been there done that.
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I had a class c do this everything in the kitchen was on that side and seemed to shift the weight to that side. My wife likes to cook so she probably brought too much.

I added air springs to the rear drove 50k never leaned again nor did i notice any tire wear that was noticeable.
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Or...take spacers out. Many ford chassis have spacers on one side only. This tends to make the motorhome lean. Has been discussed in the past.

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