My ride comparison for a big vehicle has been between a full sized school bus, and my Georgetown. Remember, a school bus is constantly driven with back to back comparisons, both with a full load and an empty load. Motorhomes don't go through this drastic a change. The ride and handling are not even comparable. Of course they were both designed for two very different jobs. Combine that with the fact that the driver's seat in the Georgetown is much more plush.
Of course neither of these vehicles drives nearly as easily or as responsively as my family car......and we're not talking a high end vehicle where suspensions and related components are a priority in the design of the vehicle.
That being said......I'm always looking for better ways to improve any driving response for any vehilce.
This suspension mod to the positioining of the sway bar......what is the most noteable improvement experienced?
If an individual does make this change, should the vehilce be on it's tires, or lifted up onto it's jacks when the sway bar mount is repositioned?