2017 Axis 24.1
I agree... get the alignment at a place locally you trust. Most Ford dealers cannot fit the rig in their shop, and even an oil change baffles them. We recently purchased our RV, and discovered that a lot of "finger-pointing" (lateral, not vertical) occurs amounst the Dealer, Thor, Ford, and Mor-Ryde. No one certain where responsibility lies.
I replaced the abysmal Ford shocks and steering stabilizer with Bilsteins. The OEM front and rear sway bars were replaced with Hellwig bars. A front-end alignment done locally at a heavy-duty truck shop. Castor and camber adjustable bushings were inserted, so further alignments will be easier. Much improved handling was seen immediately. Except for a tight squeeze getting access to the front upper shock mounts, the job was straight-forward. New unit... no rusty bolts/nuts!