Originally Posted by Inland RV Center, In
Please be advised that several tests were made using automatic rear end leveling.
They "ALL" proved the same DISADVANTAGE.
When automatic leveling took place, the principle purpose of the load equalizing hitch was VOIDED by that system.
Further proof was the large number of roll over accidents that we (Caravanner Insurance) paid for when automatic leveling was used. Also improper inflated "air bags" and "air shocks" did the same thing, namely defeating the purpose of a load equalizing hitch.
Simply put, it took the bend out of the bars, meaning weight was not being properly transfered.
Do you have any empirical evidence for other air suspension systems such as my 2008 Range Rover HSE? I have Blue Ox WD with 1,000 lbs bars that remain bowed when vehicle is level and running. Thanks.
2014 25FB International Serenity, Blue OX Sway Pro,
2016 F350 4x4 Ultimate Lariat crew cab SRW, LWB, 6.7 PSD, 20" wheels, Ingot Silver Metallic, DiamondBack tonneau cover, TrailFX wheel-to-wheel step bars.