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Old 01-04-2016, 07:26 AM   #1
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92 Fleetwood, Pace Arrow susp. Lean

1992 33' GM drivetrain - leans to drivers side, I need suspension parts to fix? rear and front springs on drivers side and possibly some front suspension parts. also torsion bar set ups in rear? I need info from others who have had a similar problem? also where to get parts? really throws front suspension off wears tires insides really fast!

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The tired springs in my 1994 33í Class A HR (on a Ford chassis) was causing the rear end to sag to the point where I was constantly dragging my tail pulling into upgrades such as from the highway into a gas station or parking lot. Iím on a tight budget so I installed rear suspension airbags. For $300 and a simple installation I lifted the rear end, improved the ride and handling, and solved the problem. Not sure if something like that will help you but itís worth looking into. One thing, by adjusting air pressure each airbag can be individualized for each wheel.

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