hi i would be intrested in seeing the pics.as my autocruise starblazer has the same problem.
Alan, if I remember right it was the front springs you had replaced?erneboy said:Hello all, I posted a while ago saying the the chassis of my Fiat based Frankia was too low and often grounded on speed humps and low kerbs. I was looking for a reasonably priced solution.
Mark Woods (ex of TB Turbo) now running his own business, C&M Auto Services in Lancaster, posted to say he could supply and fit heavier springs.
Ouch. Sorry to hear that Trev. How much ground clearance have you got at the moment ? I haven't got a Frankie but would like to compare all the same.teemyob said:Hello,
I have just returned from the Continent and our Frankia on a Mercedes XLWB did bottom out on the Hull-ZeeBrugge Ferry. The cable connecting the towbar electrics (Already Faulty) got cut clean off. Howver, but for the tow bar being there, some serious damage could have occured.
What is annoying is that the design should be better like a rear upward sweep to the coachbuild and stronger springs. Realy should not have to be paying out more money on such a relatively new motorhome.
I think we may have to look at air suspension controlled from the drivers seat.