Originally Posted by suscamper
??? The link leads to a discussion about taking an ocean cruise. Not chevys?
Don't know what casters means
Our MH is new and not having a problem. Just wanted to know if this would be a good investment to add on fir when we do interstate travel
I checked the link - it worked fine.
Don't know why it does not work on yours.
The thread is in the Forester section and discusses all these issues.
Wandering is when your front wheels get pulled in a direction due to road conditions. (Big rig grooves, transitions, etc.)
The stabilizer will help that.
My Chevy is a 2016 2251 and actually smaller than yours and the Roadmaster helped considerably.
You can read up on alignment nomenclature.
Additional Caster helps with centering of the steering when turned or keeping a straight steer with a wandering issue.
The stabilizer and adding caster can both do the same thing.
If you are happy with your rig- leave it alone.
Mine drives 100% better now.
2 finger driving ow- without winds.
2251 Chevy alignment/wandering issue...