Front Suspension Air Bag Inside Coil Spring Kit (Pair W/ Air Line & Fittings)

Front Suspension Air Bag Inside Coil Spring Kit (Pair W/ Air Line & Fittings)

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Part# W8006413-P

Description:

  • Brand New Air Bag Set That is Contained Inside the Front Coil Spring Assembly. This Kit Includes Both Sides and also has Air Line and Air Fittings Included.

Superceded #'s:

  • 15631881
  • W8803508

Application:

  • P32 Chassis Independent Front Suspension
I just noticed while greasing my motorhome that has air bags in the front. Both are inoperable. Were these aftermarket or factory equipped?
Will they make the MH ride better?
If new ones are installed will it raise the front any?
Thanks in advance
( Mike Phillips, 12/29/2021 )

These were factory installed, their purpose is to adjust the front ride height for proper steering geometry.

Here is a link to the replacement kit: https://www.ultrarvproducts.com/W8006413-P-Front-Suspension-Air-Bag-Inside-Coil-Spring-Kit-(Pair-W-Air-Line-Fittings)

( Support )
Can you please share installation instructions? Is this something a backyard mechanic can do or are special tools required? ( Mike, 07/27/2021 )
Hello Mike, there are two options for those, one way is to basically cut and tear the old ones out, then squeeze or vacuum out the new airbags , use soapy water and work them up through the hole in the lower control arm. I have heard of using zip ties to compress the bags to try to make them fit up through that hole as well, The other way is to drop the lower control arm down and remove the coil spring, replace the airbag and re-install . I've done both and found it just as fast to remove the coil spring, although that does require big jack stands and a good floor jack . Backyard method would be working it into place from below, not easy as there are also plastic discs, that go on top and bottom of the bags .  ( Support )
What is. The difference between W8006413-P and W8006413 ? ( Lynne White , 07/18/2020 )
W8006413 is one singular bag and W8006413-P is a pair (2) bags. ( Support )
I need a set of bags that are 4" Diameter by 12" long. Do you have them? Thanks, Larry ( Larry Davis, 09/09/2019 )
No we do not. I recommend contacting AirLift or Firestone Ride Rite. ( Support )
Are these rated 1000 lbs each? & what PSI is recamended ( Jack Cochran , 03/12/2019 )
1,000 lbs. is the max capacity and 90 PSI is max inflation pressure. ( Support )
Will this fit my 2003 Winnebago Sightseer motorhome? ( Daniel Holloway Sr, 03/07/2019 )
Yes they will fit your P32 chassis. ( Support )
What air pressure should I carry in the front coil spring air bags? Do you sell the air line and fittings separate from the bag? Based on the VIN is my chassis a P22 or other? ( clint spaulding, 07/04/2016 )
Not answered yet.
What air pressure should I maintain in the air bags in the front coil springs? Do you sell the air line & flitting's separate from the air bag? Based on the VIN is this a P22 chassis or other? ( clint spaulding, 07/04/2016 )
Not answered yet.

I have a 2000 Damon Class A 36 ft RV with a GM workhorse chassis and 454 engine. Here's my question and you'll probably think I'm a little crazy but I do not recall seeing front shocks on this unit however what I do see are air bags inside the coil springs which are both busted. If I go with the upgraded springs do I still need the Air Bags and if not which would you recommend Air Bags or Upgraded Springs

( Bill, 11/30/2015 )

Bill,

If you choose to go with the upgraded weight specific coil springs you will not need the airbags. I definitely recommend going this route because it will always maintain proper ride height. You will need to get the front end physically weighed on a scale to determine the correct spring weight rating. The shock absorbers may be difficult to see as the bottom mount is at the back of the lower control arm but unless someone altered the suspension they would be there.

( Support )

Does the installation require removing the coil springs or will they slide in between the coils?

( David, 09/08/2015 )

David,

I have been told that you should be able to compress the empty bag and slide it up through the hole in the bottom of the lower control arm.

( Support )

Is this a complete unit with two airbags and air hoses (for easier access)?

( John Cooper, 08/22/2015 )

John,

Yes, this kit contains both air bags and also the air line with fittings.

( Support )

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