RVs frequently sit in one spot for long periods of time. Unfortunately, this takes a toll on suspension components like springs and shocks. If your RV no longer sits level, sags when cornering, or dips at the curb, your springs may need replacement.
 
Two critical measurements Champion Frame-Align Inc. checks on all RVs brought in for evaluation or service are ride height and axle weights (both front and rear). Ride height is the vehicle manufacturer’s recommendation for how high a vehicle should sit off the ground. Generally, vehicles sag below the specifications over a period of time and mileage. Improper ride height can affect alignment, handling and tire life.

Knowing the weight of your RV at each corner tells us whether you have a spring problem, or a weight distribution problem. We don’t just estimate your vehicle’s weight, we actually weigh your RV to help us determine the proper spring selection.
 
Suspension — tire repair in Elgin, IL
 
 
So, if your RV no longer sits level, sags when cornering, or dips at the curb, call 847-742-9294 or e-mail George@championframe.com. Chances are, we’ve seen one just like it, and can help you find out if your RV’s springs are ready for early retirement.