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Posted: 02/17/22 02:42pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Front end on my 2005 Winnebago sightseer class a is riding low the air pods in the front springs won’t hold air. Front end is so low I have to run with my brights on. Anyone know a good place in Texarkana to get this work done?
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Assume this is a Workhorse P chassis.

There ARE options to new air bags.

Look on Hendersons lineup in Grants Pass Oregon.

But driving with the front end that low means it is WAY out of alignment and will quickly wear out the tires.

Sorry, not familiar with shops in the Texarkana area.


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Are you talking about Texarkana Texas or Arkansas? That may help folks with location


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craig7h wrote:

Are you talking about Texarkana Texas or Arkansas? That may help folks with location


Probably won't matter to the OP, as center of one to center of the other is less than 2 miles. One of those towns that span the state border.

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Thanks I did not even look for that and the more I thought I should have known that they were side by side citys more or less.

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Yeah just got an alignment in Yuma in January. Another shop there told me about a conversion kit that would replace the pods. Thing is, even when the pods worked there was no noticeable change in the height of the front end. It’s the P-32 workhorse.

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