We are installing new Konis and new air bags at all 4 wheels, also the driver side front HT valve (the only remaining original). Can anyone advise me on the ride height specs for the front and rear axles and the procedures to achieve them.
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I have a 1997 Allure 32ft on a Dyno Max chassis
Per my owners manual page UG3-47
Proper ride height is the distance between the center line of the wheel and the bottom of the frame tube. The ride height for your loaded suspension is 7.5 inches in the rear and 5.5 inches in the front.
If you do not have a owners manual I could send you copies of the ride height adjustment procedures. I will need a E- Mail address to send them to . Too hard for me to post them here.