Originally Posted by Tinman86
I assume that you shopped around to find the bags and the damper.
can you share where you ended up gettting the stuff.
I'm retired and do my homework when it comes to finding the cheapest
I bought the Damper at NAPA auto parts at the cost of $85 out the door. Had I bought the bags on the internet listed at the same price, I would have had to pay about $12 shipping. This damper greatly improved the wandering steering.
The front air bags were from Amazon at $83 delivered. Recommended air pressure 40-70 psi. You need to have strong hand grip to be able to "twist" the bag to install which I don't.
What I did was placed two plywood strips in a vice placing the bag in between the plywood thus making a "sandwich". I tighten the vice, twisted the bag to release the air and then inserted the plug. This allowed me to insert the deflated air bags inside each coil. You'll need to spray a soapy water solution on the bag to get a "slippery" affect which makes it easier to install. It still was a bear
The rear were from adventurerv.net on sale at $229 plus shipping. Recommended air pressure 40-90 lbs. This was relatively easy to install. No drilling required to mount the bag brackets but you'll need to fabricate a mounting bracket for the air stem for front and back bags. Unless you want to drill into the coach's wheel well or thru the frame.
Hope this helps.