Originally Posted by TimeOutRV
Sadly, when i took ours in to have the front end alignment done, they said that it was going to take many hours and cost hundreds due to the way Ford used shims instead of adjustment screws or something. They could correct the toe in, but not the other parts... ??? ugh. I just don't know enough about it. So I said not to do it incurring lots of cost. Ours has 5300 miles on it, we bought it with 4700 on it and it's wandered to the right since first trip. I wish that I'd contacted Forest River for help.
Ford checks the alignment at the factory and if it is in specification they do not install the eccentric bushings that are needed to adjust the camber. Sometimes they will install a bushing on one side but not the other.
When we had ours aligned, the shop had to install the camber bushings. We had it done at a local truck shop in Greenville, SC. None of the Ford dealers could get a Class C in their shop. The total cost was $300. The technician spent nearly two hours on the job. The shop was first class. The technician did a great job. It drives much better than before.