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Old 09-08-2013, 11:05 AM   #1
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I have a 07 36Z Bounder. It has always had a 1 1/2" difference to the passenger side. I bought it new. Am looking for suggestions on leveling. Whether springs or air bags. Kitchen and bath are on the passenger side. Any suggestions or help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks Bill
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Welcome to irv2. I've heard others say the same and I think an adjustment to the springs helped. Mine is level so I can't relate. Does it bother you ( feel uncomfortable ) ? I've heard others that don't bother with it as it doesn't bother them.
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Well it kind of does as it seems to sway more and it feels extra top heavy on R hand ramps and turns. Also seems to use more of the leveler rams to get unit level.
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A good start is to get it weighed, total weight, right and left side and while your at it , front and rear axle . This is good information to have for all kinds of reasons. A lot of people overload their RV's and don't even know it. Sometimes you start off light and little by little add weight and don't think that it all adds up. It's just good to know where you are . If that all appears to be ok then a number of different things could come into play regarding your suspension . A qualified RV Service shop would have to help you locate your problem most likely.
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Thank You very much!!! I will do this and see my numbers. Glad I found this site I believe I can get a lot of help from good people like you all. Semper Fi
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