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Old 10-24-2016, 04:04 PM   #1
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SL Chassis "Stance" in Travel Mode

During our initial travels following purchase, we had our front end alignment checked. Prior to alignment we were told the ride height would have to be checked. The ride height was found to be correct. While having three days of warranty work performed at our selling dealership about two months after the alignment, they again checked the ride height as it appeared the front of the coach was slightly elevated in travel mode, while the rear of the coach was slightly lower than level. Well, the ride height was once again checked and found to be correct. I am curious to know if this "stance" of the front being / appearing higher than level, and the back being slightly lower than level is correct / has been observed by any other Freightliner SL Chassis owners while in travel model. This may be a tough thing to observe as we could not tell while traveling... Thank you, Jeff...
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