Originally Posted by Sagecoachdriver
For the record, I had to do it all!
2 alignments, second was to forum specs with higher caster really helped.
Bilstein front Shocks
Steersafe (taken off old Winnebago) for self-centering
No more wandering, pulling, flat spots, wind and passing vehicle issues. 1 handed steering straight as an arrow and no hands to scare the DW! Kidding!
Just an update, I took my Forester in to the alignment shop as the mechanic said to after a few trips. It was developing a pull slightly to the left a little and the Steersafe adjusted for it. The Steersafe sits low on the suspension and will scrape when I drive thru our favorite campgrounds because of pot holes. Also, I had a problem with the driver's side bracket working loose on my Winnebago and on the Forester and giving me a pull again. So I had the mechanic remove it and fine tune the alignment. No pull and straight as an arrow.
I purchased the Roadmaster RSSC Reflex from Amazon and installed it yesterday. I did notice a difference in the amount of centering response between the Steersafe and Reflex. The Reflex seems to be self centering just fine, just not as strong.