I wanted to pass on what I think to be quite important information to all Eagle owners having Bogie torsilastic suspension. Eric Brown has made me aware of an inspection of your torsilastic tube that even I overlooked but thanks to him making me aware of it I feel really good finding out I do not have a problem.
On the end of the actual torsilastic tube, the inner end that is facing into the center of the bus, is a end cap that has I think 5 or 6 5/16" bolts on it, underneath it is normally a (GREASE) fitting on the bottom of the actual torsilastic tube. If you take this cap off for inspection as I have done, you (may) find out the center steel tube of the torsilastic is off center and it may look like the brass bushing supporting this tube is worn out. This could cause you big problems, your torsilastic tube will be wobbling all around going down the road and I am sure will easily wear down your bogie wheel tires and be quite unsafe in your steering as well.
I feel so glad to find mine in tact as my bogie is totaly assembled with everything assembled and does not have to be disassembled, As usual, again.
Here is photos of what I believe you are looking for when taking off the bogie torsilastic tube inspection cover. OH, remember when lubing your bus, to lube the grease fittings on the very end of both of your tubes.
This photo is what I did to block off all openings to both my torsilasic arms and tubes.