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Posted: 01/07/22 06:31pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We are in the process of buying a new Winnebago View on the Sprinter chassis. In our previous RV's on the F53 chassis it was strongly recommended that a wheel aligment was done. Does that hold true for the Sprinter chassis?

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If you're buying it new, it better not need an alignment!
Chassis couldn't be more different than a F53, glorified bread truck. Those sometimes need more caster dialed in. You have IFS and it doesn't need a thing except a driver and a place to go!


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Any new RV should be aligned . The coach was added to the chassis . If you have it aligned as a ready to roll loaded unit, then your alignment would be most beneficial.

If its new then Sprinter should pay for it.

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The only adjustments on a Sprinter is toe in/out. Only other way to adjust is camber with shims but you should never encounter a need to do this.

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