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Old 03-13-2011, 08:47 PM   #1
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84 sportscoach,air bags

i have an chevy 83 sportscoach , my question is the air bags in the front are not inflated, i didnt realize it until i had a new stool put in at camping world and they said they were deflated, it drives pretty good and i know that if they are deflated now then they were when i bought it. do i really need to replace them and how much will it improve the driving, my first motor home, appreciate the input.

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Old 03-14-2011, 04:43 AM   #2
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im guessing its a p-32 chassie front are $80 back will set you back about $270 you can install your self what year and make do you have i see its a chevy

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Did you check out the air lines to them, and the valve core? Just a thought.
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I suppose I get to ask the obvious question. Did you try to see if they could be inflated?

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Old 08-26-2011, 05:14 PM   #5
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bags less than $100 4 hours to do your selfelf
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i agree ck the lines and valve cores when i bought mine the rear air bags were deflated drove it home rerouted the lines and replaced the valve cores and they have stayed up ever since.
mine make a tremendous difference but they are on the rear just avoid the urge to put too much air in them, run just enough to make it ride properly too much will make it handle bad!! believe me i made that mistake once.

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