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07 E450 Class C rear air bags better handling while towing

Purchased a 2007 Fleetwood Tioga class C 28F. Immediately replaced all four shocks with Bill Steen shocks and a new Bill Steen steering damper replaced four rear tires ( front tires had been installed by previous owner 2 months prior to me buying it)right after purchase. Reason for replacing all of the shocks and damper the handling of this vehicle was horrible. Inspected the swaybar front and rear bushings and mounts are all good. Inspected the front end components including ball joints no warn components. The handling improved although I still had movement when semi’s passed me. This condition increased when flat towing our 2017 Equinox (2wd). I had a safe T plus dampened system installed up front. This Improved the handling some what. I had the both the motor home and the equinox weighed all are within required limits including Ford’s recommendation of axle weights front and rear. We just took a 2000 mile trip and I have uneven tire wear on the passenger side front on the inner tread, cupping. I have been in the automotive business for 45 years. So I asked two of my technicians and of course they disagreed on what the issue is. One believes it is an alignment issue and the other feels it is front end float and air bags on the rear would help the situation prior to new tires and a alignment. Does anyone have any insight or has the handling improved after rear air bad installation while towing. Thank you
yukon01 10/06/21 11:33am Class C Motorhomes
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