Originally Posted by VegasBaby!!!
so I have been researching as much as I can to no clear answer yet so I'll throw it out here. I can get front air springs helpers and rear bags with a compressor kit and a 4 switch panel to control each corner. My thinking is since I need to get bags in rear to tow my enclosed trailer, lets get the air helper springs up front so I can at least get a few inches to play with in leveling my 2018 vegas out at the camp site. Trying to kill 2 birds in 1 shot. anybody here do it? thanks
Not sure how effective leveling the coach using the tires helps as it will still "rock and roll" when you walk around. Granted you'll be level so the refer will work good. Given that the Axis/Vegas units ride front low anyway you'll probably find that 2" in the front isn't enough to get it level. (I frequently have to use 2 or 3 levels of the Lynx Leveler blocks to get the coach level.)
The Axis/Vegas units to tend to bounce around a bit from people walking around (granted you're used to that since you've had van based RVs in the past). Especially when someone is up in the bunk.
I put scissor jacks on our Axis to provide some stabilization once it is level.