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Old 06-15-2019, 12:14 PM   #1
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Tires hitting floor

Have a freedom express and the tires are hitting the floor, causing some burn/tear marks. The gap between the tires and floor is very small. The camper itself is unloaded. The leaf springs also appear to have very little curvature. Is all of this normal? I never looked at the gap between tires and floor before now.
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Have a freedom express and the tires are hitting the floor, causing some burn/tear marks. The gap between the tires and floor is very small. The camper itself is unloaded. The leaf springs also appear to have very little curvature. Is all of this normal? I never looked at the gap between tires and floor before now.
Take a picture of your leaf springs and post it. Sounds like your bracket has flipped. Same happen to me cause the leaf spring to break.
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That side looks correct. What does the other side look like and did you recently replace tires?
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Endurance tires same size
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That side looks correct. What does the other side look like and did you recently replace tires?
I had tires installed by discount and my brackets had fipped. Causing to much load on one side.
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