Air Bags For Class A

Discussion in 'General RVing' started by rri, Jul 26, 2004.

  1. rri

    rri New Member

    Hi all I'm somewhat new to this Forum.

    Please excuse me if this question was been posted in the past.

    I'm looking to put front and rear air ride on my Class A. Any recommendations or can anyone point me in the right direction? Don't want to brake the bank on this upgrade/addition to this 2000 model 29D Hurricane. I don't look forward to driving this thing up I-95 without something to soften the ride.

    I live in North Central Florida.

    Thanks for any and all replies.
  2. zigzagrv

    zigzagrv New Member

    Air Bags For Class A

    I had the front bags replaced on my Winnebago GMC P30 chassis at a local RV dealer for about $240. I don't have rear bags. It really doesn't help the ride much, but it does improve the handling.

  3. Icky

    Icky New Member

    Air Bags For Class A

    I had air bags put on my class A, front and rear. Really helped control and sway during driving. Also I had the air controller installed, with the dual control switch. You can raise/lower the front or rear independently, not a lot though. I think it is a good thing to put on the bigger rv's. I bought mine at pplmotorhomes in Texas. They are on the net and ship everywhere. Hope this helps.

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