Originally Posted by rixan
Any thoughts on all this?
The main suspension air bags "sense" the position of the tags on relation to the frame.......if your tag is angled "down" (as in a hole), the rear air bags will deflate to bring the frame "down" to the proper position in relation to the tags. Conversly, if the tag is angled "up" as if the tag wheels were parked on a "bump", the sensors would add air to the main bags, attempting to bring the frame "up" to the level of the tags. Be careful on how you position it, depending on where and how your slope breaks your rear air bags could conceivably deflate - lowering your rear end even more.
As long as your tanks are not to the top full, you should not have any real fluid problems with a 10 degree slope.......be very, very careful the first time you bring it in.....that rear overhang is very fragile. I would suggest you have a "spotter" to watch the rear end situation at least for the first couple of times you park it in the drive.
Your refridgerator will not work well on a slope - and not all of the fluids will find a way to the drain.
24" is a lot to "fix" - I would hesitate to ramp more than 6".
Do not depend on the "park" position of the automatic transmission - the spawl is not extremely robust and could shear. I am not sure if the 350 has the "automatic set emergency brake" or not. If it does, it is tied into the hydroboost system (power steering fluid assisted) - lots of potential worms in that can.