I've never been any good at Physics, in fact it was the only thing I couldn't get an O Level in when at school. I'm thinking that the answer to my question is linked to simple physics, fulcrums, levers etc, so my mind has gone to jelly!
If I fit air ride suspension to my Autotrail Apache 700SE, and run it towards the top end of pressure, would the resulting rise in the rear end result in a shift of weight distribution from rear axle to front?
As I mentioned in my post about upraating the vehicles max weight (https://www.motorhomefacts.com/ftopict-70962-.html
), when we weighed in before heading to France, our front / rear axle loads were 1740 / 2340. I'm looking to load the vehicle differently to help shift weight forwards, and oviously with the distribution of water / fuel tanks, bicycles etc the main weight will always be further back, but would the change in angle provided by air ride help in this?