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Subject: 77FC35 rear airbag suspension


Author:
Leo Doon
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Date Posted: 06/ 23/ 05, 5:11pm

I'm having trouble with getting my old bird level after local shop replaced rear springs & shocks( listed to one side). The spring carrige is cocked forward at an angle and the airbags do not look alined. shop told me airbag suspension not factory but put on after the fact?(older GMC)The dogbone bushings were dryrot and shop rigged something but it doesn't hold carrige properly and rear of buss is 3to4" higher than front. anyone have any ideas how to fix? $3k spent sofar :(
BTW: great site

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[> Subject: Re: 77FC35 rear airbag suspension


Author:
Harvey Lawrence
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Date Posted: 06/ 24/ 05, 8:30am

I had a 35 ft 79 with after market air bags. the rear springs had one end anchored to a spring shackle and the other end tied to the bottom of the air bag. If yours is like this then it is possible that there is an adjustment on the air bag end linkage. If not, is it possible to absorb that 3to 4 inches by adjusting air bag pressure?
Harvey

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