Following our Dec / January trip from South Carolina to Tucson. AZ - we decided the coach really is perfect for our kind of travel and rather than upgrade to a larger, more expensive coach we would just make a few upgrades on the Legacy before we head out for our next trip to the Northwest Pacific and Canadian Rockies.
1. Replaced the wheels with Alcoa aluminum rims (have been wanting to do that since I as it on this forum 2 years ago). Love the look, and happy to get rid of the sims and the chore of trying to get air into the front tires.
2. Added Roadmaster sway bar - while the coach handled easily without, I thought it was a good safety enhancement. We did run into some tough winds last year in western Texas and New Mexico - handled fine, but I was tired after driving all day. Noticeable improvement in regular driving - time will tell how it is in the wind.
3. Replaced the air conditioners which were both shot. Replaced with Dometic Blizzards (15,000 BTU). Quieter and more power.
4. Last effort to get Atwood water heater going. Blower was shot - fighting with Dometic / FR for warranty coverage as they had committed to. Would have replaced with Truma, but was happy to not spend he money if warranty would cover it. We’ll see if this works. It has been our only major complaint with the coach - it has not really worked reliably since we bought the coach.
23,000 miles on this coach, another 10,000 planned by end of July. Will likely replace the sofa sometime this year. Front seats are peeling as well, which we hear is a common problem, so we will reupholster in the fall.