Darryl&Rita Posted July 4, 2019 Report Share Posted July 4, 2019 Is how I could post this, but I won't. Recent guests had rear suspension issues on their motorhome. The drivers side trailing arm failed, letting the axle move around where it felt like being. This damaged the other side trailing arm, the suspension mounts, air bag mounts, and likely the universal joints, too. Trailing arms were sourced from 2 different US locations, suspension parts from others, air bags from another. It took almost a month to get everything gathered, with their insurance/road side assistance company taking decent care of them. I couldn't help but think that any truck suspension parts would have to be easier to source, even if using wrecking yard parts. Kenworth to the rescue! The owner and the towtruck swamper, using radios with the tow truck driver, steering around obstructions. Landoll waiting for the load. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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