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Chrisk22

2018 Tiffin 34pa suspension upgrade

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Chrisk22   

The wife and i just bought this rv.It is our first rv. We took it to  California for our first trip. We almost blew off the road.At our rv location in cali are neighbor told us to get a stabilizer bar. Which we did when we returned home.We then took to mexico last week. The ride was better but not great. I have been researching many different things.sumo springs , trac bar , upgraded front and back sway bars and new Koni shocks.We also heard about liquid spring which tiffin is considering as an option. They only have for the back as of now but should have the front system done soon.I spoke with a guy name Rick who was a client of liquid springs. He has has all upgrades , and then installed the liquid spring on the back and left the rest of upgrades on front.Does any one else have liquidspring and or any advice for a better ride and safer for us. Thanks much--Chris

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manholt   

Chris.  Welcome to the Forum!

First have your coach weight, front/back and side/side, loaded as you would on a trip.  Have your alignment, toe in checked.  Make sure your tires (cold) have the air pressure to weight in them....don't go by the air pressure chart inn the coach.

Please let us know what you come up with.

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wolfe10   

Chrisk22,

Welcome to the FMCA Forum.

There is an in-depth article on Liquid Spring in the June 2018 FMCA Magazine.  Page 36.

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wolfe10   
11 hours ago, Chrisk22 said:

Wolfe what type of rv do you have?

Only had diesel pushers,  no gas rigs.  But career in the automotive industry, so pretty familiar with gas chassis as well.

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