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Old 11-29-2022, 07:24 PM   #1
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Lowering the suspension

We have a 2019 Tiffin Phaeton 37BH on a FCCC chassis and would like to get into a garage that doe not have sufficient door clearance. Is it possible to dump the airbags and still move the coach in a straight line for 50 feet or so?
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Shouldn't be a problem. There are solid stopper blocks inside the air bags.
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We have a 2019 Tiffin Phaeton 37BH on a FCCC chassis and would like to get into a garage that doe not have sufficient door clearance. Is it possible to dump the airbags and still move the coach in a straight line for 50 feet or so?
If your coach will allow it. On mine, if the bags are dumped and I start the engine and put in gear....the bags will inflate automatically.
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Lowering the suspension

My coach is equipped with an Equalizer leveling system so HWH might be different.

On mine I can hit the auto level button (with engine running) and then immediately hit the power button to turn the system off. This causes the auto dump to be activated which dumps the airbags but prevents the jacks from deploying.

The bags won’t re-inflate until I power the leveling system back on and hit the “all retract” button.
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