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Old 04-15-2008, 06:53 PM   #15
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Finally people are understanding what i am trying to get across... if only all the rv shops and garages i went to would....they all insist on trying to order the firestone aftermarket kit for assisting the leafs or hooking to frame then axle, simply cuz it says p30 i assume.. do you happen to remember what part number the bags were bkahler... i crawled under mine and couldn't decipher what they said.... did you have any trouble getting the bolts out on top??? so far all bolts and screws ive tried to take out have been nothing but a pain and rusted pretty bad... all else looks somewhat simple i guess... just getting her blocked up safe.
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Old 04-15-2008, 09:30 PM   #16
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This sounds like the best idea.
Part #'s ?
Price?
I too have Supersteer front springs and no air bags. I had them installed by Henderson Line-up in Grants Pass, OR who is the manufacturer of the product.

Here's a link SuperSteer For RV Owners

They are nice folks. They go to a lot of RV shows and you may be able to get special pricing at a show.
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I did notice my moho has the supersteer bell crank, and bilstein shocks... its handles nicely and stays in the road really well, im used to driving anywhere from 30-80k lbs a day though.. but still think the moho handles better than what i hear from some people.

Actually found the springs on camping worlds site...... Super Steer® Coil Springs - Camping World
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