Originally Posted by JLeising
Shouldn't shimmy with stock parts. I would recommend getting that fixed first (and soon to avoid suspension wear) before throwing aftermarket upgrades at it.
In a perfect world, I would agree. But, with the same chassis being used for so many different models and weights, I would think Ford would have to over-build the chassis to accomplish your thought. My understanding, even the front alignments are almost never the same on two identical models. Quality control issues?
Stock parts installed from the factory are not going to keep the rigs from being affected by passing 18-wheelers or cross winds, which seems to be what the OP is trying to accomplish as well as the shimmying. I've come to the conclusion over the years that whatever rv I buy, it'll be up to me to make it handle the way I want; be it a tt or mh.