Tired of your Ford F-53 chassis motorcoach beating you and your coach to death? If so, you are not alone. The 1999-2005 Ford F-53 chassis is a very popular chassis, but the ride is not well accepted. The answer? Have Kelderman work their magic with their Generation II air suspension conversion system. The system incorporates a softer-rate front leaf spring along with a center-mounted air bag. The result is a much more dampened ride which will make the caoch last longer, and because the ride is smoother, you can drive longer without fatigue. The new layout removes the jarring from the steering column, so intead of slowing down and gritting your teeth when you come to a bridge or rough road, you can keep on truckin'. The coach will have more of a Greyhound bus feel to it instead of an old dump truck. You have your motor home to travel, shouldn't you enjoy the ride?
- System includes Monroe shocks.
"Last fall I had the Kelderman (front and rear systems) installed by Madison Spring in Madison, WI. I love it. I had previously installed Mor/Ryde on my 2010 and Koni shocks, but this is so far superior. I had 800 miles on my 2012 Winnebago Vista on a 2011 F-53 chassis when we did the install. We drove to California last winter and love to drive it. The ride is beyond fantastic."
--Bob West, another satisfied Kelderman customer