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Old 08-21-2009, 03:10 PM   #1
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Air Bab Adj.

Checking air bag height today on my rr8r Knight and found that there is a 1/4" differance between the front and rear airbags on the same axle. Both sides are like that, on the front bags there is about 1/8 inch differance. I guess you just hit a happy medium between the two?
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Our 07 Dynasty was delivered new with air bags out of adjustment. That caused both front mounted shocks to leak. Monaco sent us to a frame shop in phoenix. On level ground one person under MH adjusting leveling rods and one measuring adjusted all bags to 9.5 inches, centering bags. Not sure what measuring spec your Knight is. It really wasn't much work to properly center the bags.
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