RV Repair Questions? Ask an RV Mechanic for Answers ASAP
sorry for your trouble. let me ask you a few questions first. Did you just notice this condition? or has it just happened? Jim!!! Thanks for coming to Just Answer.
Shocks have noting to do with spring height. Shocks only dampen the rebound of the springs when you go over ruts and bounces from the road. Roads ar genarly crowned. So to compensate for this vehicle manufactures usually add spring leaves to the right side of the vehicle to level it out. If the 1 inch block is on the drivers side i think thatt when they manufactured the chassis someone placed the spacer on the wrong side. You could move the spacer to the right side and this should level the unit out. You could also air shocks on the rear and keep the right one more air in the right than the left. The best bet though is moving the spacer block to the other side. You can go to a local spring shop and ask the I'm sure they ill agree. Jim!!!