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Old 11-01-2015, 07:51 AM   #31
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Old 11-01-2015, 09:13 AM   #32
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If you guys are having wandering and steering issues there are multiple threads on this forum that deal with that, seek and he shall find. One of the best things you can do for instant improvement is a Forest River spec'd alignment. I have the specs here: https://app.box.com/s/egdwsv5nefh2zub5n0rc7tw9m5izieov

In my case (2012 Sunseeker) I replaced all four shocks and steering stabilizer with Bilsteins and set my airbags to 65psi. Still had issues. It wasn't until I did the alignment that I was able to drive one handed, now this thing drives like a dream.
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Old 11-01-2015, 08:42 PM   #33
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Marksha83, yes that's the one I ordered from Amazon and shipped from Shockwarehouse with free shipping.

Does it fit the 2015 E-450?
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Papap from what I have read yes it will fit the E450 which I have as well. I am still deciding on the Bilstien or the Roadmaster RSSC. MY 33 foot Leprechaun really doesn't handle all that bad. I just want to reduce the play in the steering a little.
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Papap from what I have read yes it will fit the E450 which I have as well. I am still deciding on the Bilstien or the Roadmaster RSSC. MY 33 foot Leprechaun really doesn't handle all that bad. I just want to reduce the play in the steering a little.

My Forster is the same way. It drives pretty good. Just has a little more play in steering than what I would like.
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Update on Bilsteins

Drove up to Yosemite yesterday. No wandering, little to moderate buffeting from trucks passing and wind. Mostly one handed steering comfort.
Remember Bilstein is a heavier duty damper and Roadmaster is self centering, apples and oranges.
Raining like crazy here, no visible leaks, knock wood.
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Sage what was the wind condition and the speed you were driving
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Drove up to Yosemite yesterday. No wandering, little to moderate buffeting from trucks passing and wind. Mostly one handed steering comfort.
Remember Bilstein is a heavier duty damper and Roadmaster is self centering, apples and oranges.
Raining like crazy here, no visible leaks, knock wood.
Yeah I agree.....that's why I don't know if the RSSC is really necessary for me. But I don't want to get the Bilstein and then wish I got the RSSC...hmmm decisions, decisions.....ha ha
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When talking about the roadmaster don't forget the brackets they are extra 70-80$
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Drove up to Yosemite yesterday. No wandering, little to moderate buffeting from trucks passing and wind. Mostly one handed steering comfort.
Remember Bilstein is a heavier duty damper and Roadmaster is self centering, apples and oranges.
Raining like crazy here, no visible leaks, knock wood.
Sage,

Have a nice trip! How's the crowds?

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