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Author: cknuth - Replies: 2 - Views: 3188
Here's another subject that's probably been addressed before - although I did look pretty diligently for existing threads.    

The black monster that hovers over the driver and co-pilot appears to have dropped from its original position.    About 1" low on the left; 1/2" or less on the right.   Randy at Newell Service confirmed that this is an issue and gave me basic directions to shore up the unit before reattaching it to the plywood interior walls.    I'd be grateful for any other Guru tips
Author: Richard - Replies: 48 - Views: 6930
This topic has been covered in other threads about air bags, but usually hidden in within threads. 

On coaches with Ridewell rear suspensions, Goodyear air bags made in the last five years, maybe longer, have a known design feature that does not play well with the Ridewell suspension. It is at it’s worst with the tag air bag. 

Let me describe the problem and then illustrate with pictures. If you look at the Ridewell suspension it pivots at one end, and the air bag is located at the other e