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Old 10-09-2021, 12:42 AM   #15
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Good thread.
I have a (new to me) 2003 DS (Spartan) and the front goes all the way down after just a few hours - noticeable after 2 hours, but 3 or 4 it is all the way.

This is one of my next projects -- i will have to look into the PPV and who knows what else. Fun part is setting up a ramp so i can get under safely.

Also -- have to love an industry (actually MFR) where you can ask the manufacturers for the schematics and they have them -- and provide them. If anyone knows of a link to the schematics, i would appreciate the link. Meanwhile, i will be searching then contacting.
Spartan , has been sending out schematics when asked , and always best to have schematics linked to your chassis serial number .
Spartan Motorhome Support .1-800-543-4277

I have two sets of Spartan air system schematics , neither has a production date differences include one has manual air pressure gauges the other electronic .
Sounds like your chassis has an aux air tank dedicated to the rear suspension, that would extend the time for the rear suspension staying up.
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