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Old 10-29-2011, 03:27 PM   #1
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I have a 2007 fleetwood terra lx 36 ft. when im not loaded my coach has a 2 or 3 in. lean too the right. i load heavy to the left ,helps but still need more . any advice.i
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Had the same problem with a 1999 Tioga SL. I took it in and they replaced the leaf spring as it was faulty.
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Old 10-30-2011, 09:32 AM   #3
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I have a 2007 fleetwood terra lx 36 ft. when im not loaded my coach has a 2 or 3 in. lean too the right. i load heavy to the left ,helps but still need more . any advice.i
i would start with weighing the motorhome. If it is about even, I would install airbags. Bags give a better ride and easily level the coach. Ride rite makes a set for your home.
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What is on the low side of the coach? We had that problem with a 5th wheel because the manufacturer put all the heavy stuff on that side...refrig, stove, M/W, sink, pantry, three slide outs, etc.
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