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Originally Posted by airstrmkids
I have a 1969 Airstream and the backend of the trailer is drooping. I was looking under the backend and I noticed that the frame has been drooping. When I jack up the frame from behind the bumper the bumper raises.
I would like to know if anyone else has had this problem and if anyone has gotten the frame fixed to repair the drooping and how much it cost approximately.
I agree that you likely have rear end separation. When the bumper moves independent of the body, you have the primary indicator of rear end separation.
I experienced the same thing with my '64 Overlander and had it repaired at a shop not too very far from you. Ace Fogdall RV
in Cedar Falls, IA performed the repair a little more than ten years ago and it continues to perform as intended. I believe that the repair was around $1,700 back then. Ace Fogdall RV was an Airstream dealer back then - - today, they are an authorized Airstream Repair Center.
Good luck with your investigation!