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Old 03-06-2015, 04:46 PM   #1
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Arrow Source Engineering Momentary Ride Height Solution

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Does the rear of your coach bottom out at the worst time?

Coburg, OR - 03/06/2015 -- Jim Walls from Source Engineering has developed a customer/dealer driven momentary ride height adjustment system that raises the height of the rear of the coach. During those instances where the rear of the coach bottoms out or drags on a driveway this new Source Momentary Ride Height System overrides the rear height of the coach just enough where crown can be overcome. By holding "On" a custom installed momentary toggle switch, air bags raise the rear of the coach by as much as 4" inches. Once the obstacle has been cleared, the driver releases the switch and the coach returns to its normal ride height.

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Is this a retrofit product and if so where can it be purchased and installed by a knowledgeable technician? What is the cost?

We have a 2011 Tiffin Allegro Bus
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Call Jim Walls at (Cell) 541-954-0046 for the best information.
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