Originally Posted by jcferguson
Except... there is a lot less space between the wheel and wheel well on my airstream and I mounted the brackets on the bottom pointing on the other direction (the "lean" of the bracket is towards the wheel rather than towards the axle). This makes for more travel on the shock, though I am with Uwe on this and see precious little difference before and after at least when I am jumping up and down in there. I suppose it will make a difference when I hit a big bump at 50 mph though ( I hope ).
Hey Carlos, I got an idea!
Let's hitch up and hit a ramp at 50mph, with a slow speed camera recording the whole thing. The truck and trailer must be airborne as a unit, though. So maybe we need more speed than 50mph. How about 90?
Then we'll do the whole thing again, this time without shocks.
You go first....