Originally Posted by vlamgat
There is no camber adjustment for this suspension so an alignment is not possible except for toe and caster. Read the manual you got with your coach, its quite specific.
My guess is that the ride height is too high causing the the front wheels to run on their inner section. The ride height is adjustable but requires juggling air pressures in the suspension. I have not found the compressor although I have heard it once or twice.
I say this respectfully. When several experienced users say get an alignment take the advice. If you have the rear system get a 4 wheel alignment. I did this after the install.
If you think the front air bags are set to high then measure the height. You measure it from the top of the bottom mount to the top of the air bag. Should be 8”.
Ride height is not set by adjusting anything on the air compressor.
If your system is manual fill then easy to adjust bag height. If you have manual height set with compressor ( you will have a air compressor, dyer, tank mount underneath between the frame rails) then it is more complex to adjust the manual levelers. ( manual levers let air out or in as your drive based on suspension travel). I’m not going to try to explain it how to adjust them. Call Kelderman.
I mentioned this in the prior post. I have run the front system for several years with no abnormal tire wear. I run 5psi higher than psi on the door sticker.