Pleasure-Way RV Motorhome & Upgraded Pleasure-Way Sprinter Van Airbag Replacement Kit
- Replacement Airlines
- Air Fill Valves
- Air Fittings /Fittings at top of Sleeves
- 2 Genuine Factory Replacement Bags (Pair)
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With the System Air kit you can replace your airbags and then you will be able to adjust your Pleasure-Way motorhome suspension for the subtle changes that occur after the rear springs take a set. If you are too heavy on one side, the air pressure can be increased to make it sit level from side to side.
This T1N System Air Suspension was designed and patented to assist rear leaf spring suspension systems on pick-up trucks, vans and motorhomes up to 25,000 GVWR. The unique features of this product are that it allows an owner to maintain side to side trim, reduces rear sagging to keep the coach level AND improves the ride and handling at the same time. That’s a lot!
This 2001-2006 T1N RV /Pleasure-Way Motorhome, Itasca Navion and Winnebago View system mounts on the spring, therefore allowing the air to work with the spring rather than sitting on the axle and taking away from the spring. There are air lines to both wheel wells so that you can maintain independent air pressure control. System Air wasn’t designed as a lift kit but to keep a unit level side to side, or front to rear. This will enhance the spring’s capability up to 1800 pounds per side.
And talk about handling–less freeway hop, easier steering, better lane change control. Makes riding in the rear more comfortable than riding up front!
For owners of older coaches equipped with Mor/Ryde tag axles, no more sagging rear end! The System Air was designed to make the Mor/Ryde perform better. If you eliminate the sag, you decrease roll and sway on the road.
A level vehicle is a safer vehicle. If the vehicle is sagging to the rear, you may need to carry a higher air pressure to get your springs back to normal. Later, you can readjust for a smooth ride. It may require up to 500 miles of driving until you can see that your RV is level. There is no maintenance on the System Air–just check the air pressure when you check your tire air pressure.
The Airbag Kit does not replace any part of your present suspension system. It is an additional replacement component, installed between the frame and rear spring of the RV Motorhome T1N Sprinter Van Itasca and Some models of the Winnebago View.