I took my RV to Kelderman and had them install the front and rear system last May. I am very happy with my decision. I researched the Kelderman system, or at least tried to, for a year prior to making my purchase. It was very difficult to find factual information because of the limited number of people who made this purchase. One good source of information I did find was in a June 2007 Motorhome magazine article about Kelderman. I have a reprint of that article that I would like to attach as a file for anybody who is interested. Call me technically challenged but for the life of me, I don’t see how to attach a pdf file to these posts. I can also email it directly to anybody who wants to PM me.
Did you not drive this MH when the dealer owned it?
That's too funny.. No offense though and to each his own.
I can say the same to someone who pays $80K more for a MH that rides marginally better.
Some people want a vehicle that can go a million miles (although they will be lucky to travel one tenth that distance in its lifetime). Others want the house part to be 'less previously enjoyed'.
Upgrading an F-53 'truck' remains a very cost effective alternative when comparing vehicles of the same model year.
Happy Ford F-53 Class A Owner (2008 Gulf Stream)
2010 Ford Fusion Toad (with 6 speed manual transmission - the only way to tow)
Brake Buddy Vantage, Blue Ox Aladdin Tow Bar,
TST RV 507 TPMS, Power Master Voltage Controller
We aren't unhappy with the ride but would like to dampen the sway for trucks/wind etc. Thinking of installing a TigerTrak track bar on the rear. hopefully this will help. 2007 F53 Itasca Sunstar 34t
A TigerTrac track bar would definitely help. I'd also recommend the free sway bar fix. You can do that one yourself (for free) and it makes a dramatic difference.
What's the "free sway bar fix" ?
Moving the bolts to the second set of holes on the factory sway bars. There is a thread on iRV2 where people have moved the bolts. There is some concern of overstressing the bar but no one is claiming a bar failure.