Hopefully, this rings in where I stopped reading the thread ‘Body Separation’ (page 3), if not I apologize.
First off, I’m new to the AIR forum and what brought me here is…I’m looking to gather as much information on airstream trailers to assist me through my selection process, which is currently ’87-’89 29’ Sovereign
and/or Excella model with ‘Side-Bath’ and ‘Rear Twins’.
And, the reason I rang in here is the fact that I’m confused about a couple of points, as follows:
1) Is body separation, in this case, of HowieE’s 34’ Excella due to too rigid a tow vehicle? Or
2) Weakness in the frame, somewhere? Or
3) Both of the above?
2air you and Andy (Inland RV Center) mention ‘Springs’ and ‘Spring Bars’, which I presume reflects on the tow vehicle. While Artstream and others speak about plates and floor frames.
My concern is that I don’t want ‘Both'...to reflect on my decision - ’87-’89 29’ Sovereign/Excella with my tow vehicle (2010 Ford F150, SuperCrew, 4X4, 6.5’ box, 4.6L engine, 6-Speed auto-trans, with 3.55 Rear-end)!
Again, hopefully, someone on this forum can give me some insight into whether or not I’m looking at the correct combination. And, if I’m not give me some worldly advise (a.k.a. steer me in the right direction).
Thanks for your time,