Originally Posted by Bhrava
So, you know more than the guy who has been in the industry for years and see's what goes in and out of the shop every day? I have much more faith in what he says than some guy who thinks he knows more. His videos and explanations are based on facts he has seen go through the shop, what are yours based on?
You can't be serious
Where's his technical backup? Maybe if you ask you'll have better luck.
Tell you what, take that air spring off and get back to us on whether it's moves faster on its own or when it's on the awning.
The fact is, air springs have a life expectancy based on a number of factors, including lateral forces, number of cycles, cleanliness of the spring shaft. They do and will and should wear out and need to be replaced....that's a fact.
The "super soaker" theory is a myth with no technical backup......