Jayco builds on custom-sized frames, designed specifically for each floorplan. Other manufacturers use stock frames, stretching and welding the frame to fit.
Redhawk is equipped with Hellwig helper springs. These springs work with the chassis’ existing springs to give the RV more support, improving sway control under heavy loads. And when your gross vehicle weight rating changes, these Load Pro springs self regulate, making them easier to maintain than an airbag suspension system.
Redhawk is equipped with a total of 16 rubber isolation pucks, positioned near the tires to absorb road shock. These mounts, not available on competing products, create an interface between metal components, helping to dampen noise and minimize vibrations throughout your Jayco motorhome.
Every Jayco motorhome driveshaft is balanced. This extra step, overlooked by many competitors, ensures the driveshaft is properly tuned to reduce shudder and vibrations, while ensuring power is efficiently transmitted to the wheels.