We had a freeze warning and even though I drained the tanks and open the line drains, I figured I better blow out the lines just to be safe. I noticed a nice little air hose connector by the water heater bypass, awesome I can blow out the lines! Just to be extra safe, I opened the faucets so I wouldn’t blow a pipe out when I connected to my five gallon compressor.
To my surprise, the back of the RV came up 3 inches, holy cow! So now I discover I had airbags but a missing compressor the previous owner decided to keep, thanks buddy! After doing a little research, I found out no pressure on the airbags explains why we were bottoming out on the mis-matched expansion joints on those Louisiana bridges! My next project is adding fill valves to take care of the ride until I can afford to add a compressor with dash mounted height adjustment, on the cheap of course!
Did you say you are in Louisana currently? We are heading that way.
We passed through Louisiana in November. If you are travelling the I10 corridor, try to catch a stop at Poche’s Fish Farm and RV Park!
Okey, so what did you like about it ? What are the things to do there ? Our first stop in LA is Sam Houston Jones State Park.
I have a December 2nd post that tells about Poche’s and some links to places nearby. Very quiet spot six miles from the noisy interstate.