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Old 09-02-2009, 06:38 PM   #1
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coil springs replacement on p30

hi have a 1995 fleetwood flair 27ft. would like to replace coil spring an do away with air bags. has anybody try this .what are the best springs to buy. do they come with direction. thanks

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Old 09-02-2009, 07:20 PM   #2
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You should weigh the motorhome to see how much weight you have on the front axle. Then buy coil springs to match the weight. Some of the vendors here can help you with them. We did it to our P30 chassis, and it really helped with lots of driveablity issues. You will need to have a front end alignment done after they are installed. We just took it to our favorited alignemnt shop and they installed them at the time they did the alignment.

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Try this link... Coil Spring Specialties. You may also want to look at your bell cranks... Hendersons Lineup. Lastly check the rest of the front end parts and get aligned.
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