sunni 4610

Discussion in 'Base Chassis Section' started by sunni4610, Mar 26, 2011.

  1. sunni4610

    sunni4610

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    Hi every one,
    I owne avanguard 200 motorhome and a newbie.
    my rear suspention is quite stiff .is this normal.any advise would be great.
    many thanks
    sunni
     
  2. jhorsf

    jhorsf Read Only Funster

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    A long soak in a hot bath works for me:Rofl1:
    :flyingwelcome:


    most motorhome rear suspension is quite firm no doubt someone with this van will come along with a sensible answer soon sorry I could not resist it:Rofl1:
     
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    DESCO Read Only Funster

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    Hi sunni

    Welcome to MH Fun:welcomefunster:

    I think you will find most rear suspensions tend to be firm remember the chassis is from a commercial van so would be firm to take the load.

    If you still think you have a problem ask again possibly as a large number of people are at a meet at Newark for the weekend, as I don't know how stiff this model normally is.


    Dave .:thumb::thumb:
     
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    Hello Sunni and welcome to Motorhome Fun, :welcomefunster:
     
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    Hi Sunni
    I think you will find your rear suspension has a single rear leaf spring that is not very progressive on the bounce, however on the positive side, when parked up you will find you don't need corner steadies. :thumb:
     

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