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Old 04-06-2016, 02:34 AM   #1
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2007 Holiday Rambler Arista 30 sways all over the road

We recently purchased a 2007 Holiday Rambler Arista 30 that sways and you have to constantly keep moving the steering wheel making it for a very tiring road trip. It has the Ford chassis and currently has 47k miles with original stock suspension with Bilstein shocks. My tires say 110 max PSI I have them around 90psi. All the bushings seem to be in good shape. Any recommendations on what I should set my tire PSI and what I can do to improve it from not swaying all over the road? Anytone know what the max speed these like to be driven at? Anything over 62mph does not feel comfortable, is this normal? Thank you in advance.
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Have you had this weighed yet to determine the correct tire pressure?
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Lookup the Cheap Handling Fix ( CHF ) on here and do it.

Then see if it improves enough.

Some do the scale thing but others use the MH manufacturers recomendations for tire pressure. The sticker should be somewhere on the drivers side area.

That is free stuff that may make it a great ride.

From there, front end inspection and alignment check for loose parts.

The list can go on, but that's another post, if the above stuff don't work.
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