Spring over axle conversion/lift

RAMpopper

Member
Nov 17, 2020
13
I'm interested in providing a bit more lift to my 2008 Viking 2407st. I am not that confident in doing something like that on my own, so I've reached out to a few nearby shops for quotes. What do you all think a fair price (range) should be for something like that. Located near Atlanta, Ga for geographic reference. Thanks.
 

Dingit

Super Active Member
Mar 8, 2017
2,108
I think mine was around $300 (in a high cost of living area with few trailers). I provided the kit which wasn't much. I've sort of blanked it out but it wasn't traumatic at all. Different axle types might be more involved than the one on my Fleetwood though.
 

RAMpopper

Member
Nov 17, 2020
13
I think mine was around $300 (in a high cost of living area with few trailers). I provided the kit which wasn't much. I've sort of blanked it out but it wasn't traumatic at all. Different axle types might be more involved than the one on my Fleetwood though.

Thank you for the response. I'll update with price quotes when I hear back from the shops around me.
 

Sjm9911

Super Active Member
May 31, 2018
12,243
Nj
I think now everything will be more as the demand went up because of the covid. And that will applie to just about everything. Heck, i just got all new kitchen appliances because the dishwasher i wanted is back ordered for 3 months. Dont ask. Lol.
 




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