My experience with the Class C Ford chassis was similar - it would not track
straight except on brand new pool table flat pavement. Replacing the shocks
with Bilsteins made a huge difference. Incremental improvements came from
new steering damper, proper tire inflation (get it weighed with you and your
family in it and fully loaded and ready to go camping and look up the
manufacturer's tire chart for your specific tire), loading the front axle as
close to GAWR as possible (I put too much weight behind the rear axle and
unloaded the front axle). I had no issues with sway bar end link wear or
other suspension components. When you get the alignment done, make sure the
rig is fully loaded with water, fuel, propane, beer, etc. If your rig has
the twin I beam front suspension, the shop must be equipped to bend them as
required as there is no adjustment for either caster or camber. Can't
remember which. Ask a couple of RV dealers which shop they recommend.
Good luck with your "wiggle wagon"
Salmon Arm, BC
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"Gene" <FloridaRadio@comcast.net> wrote in message
> I replaced the steering damper with one from Campers World. Put the best
> on you can get. And no I don't remember which one I used now.
> My Son-in-law checked the stabilizer bar and said it was ok but not sure
> he did it.
> The front end alignment made the most improvement. But all ARE needed to