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Old 06-09-2017, 08:00 AM   #15
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I'm surprised (ok maybe not too surprised) that Dynamax couldn't help. I think the rear suspension is something they brewed up. It has come up here at irv2.com before. Looks like this, right?

That's it. It's an after market system from Reyco Granning. Talking to the rep now to get the right parts on order. But it's not going to be fast
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It is Reyco Grannnig. I thought it might be, but couldn't find any reference to a system of theirs with trailing arms resembling hose. I'm sure they'll be able to help.
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Between airbags, propane leaks, and now this in 3 weeks of ownership...RVing probably wasn't a great idea for me.
Or maybe buying a 10 year old rig that needed some TLC wasn't for you. Don't throw away RV'ing because the rig needs some help. Fix it up and enjoy life.

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Old 06-11-2017, 01:59 PM   #18
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Or maybe buying a 10 year old rig that needed some TLC wasn't for you. Don't throw away RV'ing because the rig needs some help. Fix it up and enjoy life.

John
I'm really hoping that you are right. Funny thing is its not about how much things are costing but the amount of time I'm not on the road. I'm almost a month behind where I was hoping to be. I'm flying to AK for a fishing trip Tuesday , leaving from Kansas. The plan was to be deep into the Mighty 5 by now and leaving from salt lake city.

I know, I need to just relax, and have a homebrew...and hope it's fixed by the time I return.
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Well, after 3 weeks of being stationary I'm finally back on the road. Even if it is only for only 32 miles. So $1,200 later I had the pinard bar replaced. And things seem to be working now and my drive height and suspension is working fine. At this time I am sitting at HWH to get my levelers fixed. These people are really a Class Act. They remember me from when I first came through and even without an appointment they're seeing me at 7:30 tomorrow morning. Fingers crossed nothing else goes wrong.
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Glad to hear there is light at the end of the tunnel for you . It just the nature of RVing. We bought a used 2016 Class A and I am already fixing things myself. Just remember sooner or later everything will be like new again and you will enjoy your travels
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