rbertalotto Posted August 18, 2016 Report Share Posted August 18, 2016 So on another thread we went down a path of possibly using airbags or air shocks to level a travel trailer from side to side. Looking under the trailer it appeared that a single airbag with an arm contacting both axles might be the way to go. Today a buddy of mine that builds hotrods stopped by and we were looking under the trailer. He suggested I simply remove the bracket that supports the center link on the two leaf springs and insert an airbag here: He suggested I'd need to install a panhard rod to stop the axles from shifting side to side I believe a single panhard rod from the perch that will sit ontop of the center link with the airbag above would be sufficient. Now I'm looking for input and comments from the engineer type folks on this forum. What say you? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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