Originally Posted by Jetlag
Yeah I read your post that sucked! When I get it back Iíll do the lube and maintenance on the chassis, engine and generator. I think the generator has 80 hrs and probably never been serviced
When I got the coach it was very "twitchy" driving at highway speeds. I solved a lot of the problem by installing a safe-t-plus steering stabilizer, getting the kingpin bushings replaced, and having a front-end alignment. On my trip to Vegas January - April 2023 I found that the coach was still a little too much affected by trucks passing and crosswinds. In particular I would occasionally get into a tail wagging oscillation. Over the summer I installed the Cheep Handling Fix, installed a Safe-T-Plus rear track bar, and had a dragging front brake caliper fixed. The dragging brake was causing the RV to pull right going down a strait road. This seems to have fixed the last of the handling problems, I will know for sure when I take my nest trip.
I believe your 2022 chassis already has much stiffer Sway Bars than what was installed on my 2018 Chassis. My front sway bars is 1 3/4" I believe your front sway bar is 2" so it is unlikely you need to mess with the sway bars. You might still benefit from installing the rear track bar and steering stabilizer.
You will notice I have not mentioned installing Koni or Bilsteen shocks. The reason is that I have not detected any behaviors that indicate a need for new shocks after 5000 miles of driving. My ACE now has 9000 miles.