I've been told there's an issue with coach built motorhomes and air suspensions. Something to do with jacking the vehicle under the bodywork and not the axle?
The only thing you need to be aware of when jacking your vehicle under the bodywork/chassis is to let the air out of the air springs as they will be streched when the axle is suspended from the chassis.
DO WARN TYRE FITTERS OF THE ABOVE.
There is no need to release the air pressure when jacking the vehicle from under the axle.
- I want to carry a scooter in the garage, and want to improve rear suspension to enable. Is this the right thing to do?
Can it be done to htis model?
I hope that I have given you enogh information to advise.
Model: Ducato 2.8 jtd
Conversion: Burstner i 690
Body: Coach Build
Brakes: Yes My Vehicle Has ABS Brakes
Springs: I'm Not Sure What My Rear Springs Are
- How do I know if I have ABS brakes?
- Where should I mount the inflation valves?
- What is the minimum air pressure?
- Do the air springs increase the legal payload capacity of my vehicle?