For 2019 I wanted to post more instructional videos and whatnot. The first subject was easy this year, I’m convinced because of the design our aluminum bodies have dropped on the steel ladder frame……ok, what’s next? I went to the YouTube site “Jimbounds” (don’t know why the folks that helped me make them parked them there but they did. When videos list there, the first 1 will be one u want to see. Select it…..then the next one will also be one of ours. I counted 35 videos! After trying to list them, I’m having a hard time coming up with something new to talk about.
Help me by listing me a few subjects you would like to see a video on. Send the list to email@example.com. I’ll be happy to cover any subject you would like.
We have a Palm Beach survivor next on the lift updating its mechanical systems.
Dropping the fuel tanks come out first. Looking around under the coach we found an exploded mufflersrams are leaking and the internal baffles we broken loose and rattling. Interesting….we’ll need to look into that. Stay tuned for more…….
Here is a air delivery system that can replace a 78 Electro level II or a missing or hopelessly messed up air ride control system. I used this system in the Mercedes motor stand on the Firestone/Bilsten air bag shock holding the back end of the beast upThe manual paddle air valve control panel is very simpleAn up/down rocker style air paddle switch allows up or down to 1 side as long as the spring loaded rocker is held. There’s a dual needle air gauge, 1 left & 1 right. Here is a quick drawing of the air line plumbingand the electrical hookupHad a guy asked me to put this all together as a care package……..I lost his contact info so if that’s you give me a call please.
This is an “on demand” basic manual system using bag pressure to set height. With 2 original air height control valves and 4 relays the original automatic ride height system can be added.
Its 8am, gotta go…..give me some video subjects please and we’ll see ya tomorrow…