I do appreciate your comments D-B Travelers I have visited where we bought the RV and other dealers. They have suggested the same things that people here suggested. Each time it was a waste of our money. I have found that most of the RV places "professionals" have little or no knowledge of any kind of towing experience. This is our experience.. I wish there was room to list everything that was an issue with our trailer and everyone we have taken this trailer to. No one has been able to give us the proper answer to why this swaying was happening.. I have come to the conclusion by the process of elimination and working from the front of the truck back to where the axles are on the trailer, that is the only possible answer. I and convinced that it is the axles, either the torsion independent suspension or just plain bad system for our trailer.. The new tire that was put on less than 4,000 miles ago is showing serious wear and that is the new axle. The other tires are nearly worn out with approx. 8,000 miles on them..
I believe that the only person that actually knew what he was doing was the man that set up our hitch. He is the only one that explained why and what he was doing. He seemed very knowledgeable. He actually been educated at a school and had life experience to go along with it.
Basically this trailer has been a "LEMON".. Never in my life have I ever had any problems towing or for that matter as many issues as this trailer has had. It happens, I know.. The first two years we had our trailer it was in the shop for 14 months!!!! Just fed up..