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Conversation Between Rusty Kramer and walt2137
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  1. Rusty Kramer
    OK thanks for the info Walt. here is my email. rusty@kramermetalfab.com
    I am a little confused by your procedure. should I measure with the air dumped and then measure while aired up to travel mode? from your instruction it sounds like you are only measuring with the air dumped..... I am a little slow to understand so help me out! thanks! Rusty
  2. walt2137
    12-04-2017 04:41 PM
    walt2137
    Yes Rusty its 9 1/2 front and 11 rear but you need to set it using the old procedure deplete the air in system then measuring from the top of the H frame to the bottom of the coach frame starting at the rear (2 valves) first then the front, start the coach air up to travel mode then shut the coach off and deplete coach air and remeasure.
    If you dont know how to set the rideheight valve pm me your email add and i will send you a picture of how.
    Dont get confused and try to use the new procudure of measuring the air bags as that procedure will not work on our older coaches.
  3. Rusty Kramer
    Walt, I have a 2000 Dynasty also. do you have any Idea on the ride height. My manuals talk about it but have no specs that I can find. Thanks for any help. My coach rides pretty harsh and I think I want to try new shocks but thought that ride height might be a factor. seems like if it is too low you might loose suspension travel. This is all new to me. thanks for any help. Rusty

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