During and after our just completed trip, it is obvious that our rear is saggy. While I do have a small Moto on the hitch, the added tounge weight is about 275 lbs. Within the 300 AS rates it at.
I ran with water tanks no more than 1/2 full, and the only time the rear end was not saggy was when I cranked up the jacks during nightly stops.
Looked at the springs today, and the front section of the leaf spring is beyond totally flat. It actually is slightly convex, maybe 1/2" from axle to tip of leaf.
Has anybody replaced leafs, or replaced them with something a bit heavier to lift the rear end?
I found this site,
and they appear to have multiple options. 1 leaf, 4 leafs (which the 96LY30 has) and 10!
I'm thinking I need about 3" to bring the coach just above level, so that when loaded up she would be level again.
Which it was as simple as my 1962
Ranchero - a pair of Gabrial "High Jackers" lasted my 10 years - Crank in the air for whatever load you need. Be it a camper shell or carrying a fully loaded Craftsman tool chest and a 600 lb Moto cross country..,.