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Airbag assist rear suspension??

I’m gonna be getting our Fifth wheel, and I wanted to add an airbag suspension to my 2007 Dodge ram 2500 Cummins. Are there any kiits after market that you guys would recommend. I’m not looking to go cheap on this. I’m not overloaded I just need to raise the rear end up about an 1.5 to 2 inches. I don’t want to add an additional early spring because the every day drive would be like riding in a dump truck. If anyone has any recommendations please Provide them. Thank you so much and God bless. David
DBHMEH 03/14/19 08:02am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Brands that are well built for winter??

Thank you for your help.
DBHMEH 03/08/19 11:18pm Fifth-Wheels
Brands that are well built for winter??

Just survived my first winter in a Rockwood TT. I've decided to go full time and am looking for fifth wheel Brands that are built/insulated for cold winters. Any input is greatly appreciated. David
DBHMEH 03/08/19 03:44pm Fifth-Wheels
Okay, I have frozen pipes??

I have a 2019 TT. Here in Missouri we've had -7 degree temps. I have taken all needed precautions to prevent freezing as I'm a full-timer. I have all accessible cabinet doors open and the furnace is cranked. I know it's frozen on the inside run. Any suggestions that I haven't covered? Also, is the newer plastic water piping less apt to crack? Thanks for any input, David
DBHMEH 01/30/19 04:51pm Travel Trailers
Adjusting slide out awning

I don’t know the brand name of my slide out awning is.$ I will post it when I get to the travel trailer. However, is there a common approach to adjusting the tightness of the awning itself? When it rains, I have a pool of water resting on top of my slide out due to the fact that my awning is not tight enough and sags. Regards, David
DBHMEH 12/26/18 07:02am Tech Issues
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