Originally Posted by ET156
keystone told me that the 7K axel has a bow but 8K doesn't
If they are properly aligned they will have to have some bow in them to achieve the proper camber. It may be hard to see, but a long level parallel to the axle tube will most likely show a slight bow.
Not sure I'd attempt this as there won't be much clearance between the axle tube & the frame, seems with even minor bumps the axles would be banging against the frame.
Most that are flipping the axles are doing so to raise the rv due high bed sides on the newer trucks.
Just curious, why would you consider this?
Mine was 13'4" at the highest front vent cover, traveled all across the country without any height issues, but did have to pay attention at some fuel stops.