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Old 08-13-2014, 09:47 PM   #1
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2500TS or 2650S and driveability

Looking at downsizing and have pretty much narrowed it down to the Sunseeker 2500TS or the 2650S.

Any comments or concerns with these two units??

Also, currently driving a 2001 36ft Class A (diesel). I have seen numerous posts about the drivability of a Class C and that they often need additional add-ons to improve handling. I am leaning toward the Ford (as it irks me to give GM a single dollar of my money). What type of add-ons are we talking about??
Do they drive okay before and/or after??

Any and all comments appreciated.

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Old 08-14-2014, 05:50 AM   #2
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The must have drivability mods for the ford imo are front end alignment to the specs in this forum just do a search here for them. A steering stabilizer and tires at correct air pressure. Do not know if you are talking new or used but i would also recommend rear air bags. as far as driving ok before and after yes it drove a lot better after the mods
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