The new air springs work well, and Sherman sits perfectly level even with 600 lbs or so of fuel in the back end. I find that with that much weight behind the rear wheels it takes too much weight off the front end, so really he still drives the best with maybe a half tank of fuel, but at least we can fill up now without worrying about the back end dropping too low.
However, we had one mishap. One of the airlines I installed too close to the exhaust manifold and it popped. Not a big problem, because it went when we were stopped for a break. I guess with no airflow the heat was too much. Anyhow, I had to cut the line and install a manual fitting that came in the kit, and reinflate it. I’ll have to buy a new piece of line and route it a little differently.
Big accident on the I-95
Boring drive today, and all 302 miles (484 kms) were done on the I-95. Saw one fairly bad accident, but it was well off to the side and didn’t affect traffic very much. Made it to Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina which is only a couple of miles from the Virginia border. Parked at Walmart for the night, along with about 13 other RV’s.
Today's drive, 302 miles (484 kms)
Should make it into Maryland tomorrow. It will be Sunday so we’ll try and get past Washington and Baltimore while the traffic is hopefully quieter.