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Old 03-31-2014, 11:06 PM   #1
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Front End Alignment - Help

I think it was on this forum:
There was a post about a motorhome that wandered all over the road and I think the coach was a Monaco. The poster spent quite a bit of money trying to fix it. Finally someone told him about a shop in Florida that knew exactly how to align the front end so it would drive straight. The poster quoted the exact figures of the alignment. I am have the same problem with my coach. I am hoping to get the name of the shop in Florida (I think it was Florida). The frontend alignment specs were somewhat different than the factory specs.
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When they align your coach make sure they do a ride height adjustment.
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I agree with Steve about the ride height. When aligning if the caster is adjustable go with at least 2 deg pos. go with 1/4 inch pos toe. I did this on my DP and oooo what a difference with the wandering. My mh has a solid front axle so I used shims to get the 2deg pos caster.
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These are probably the two you had read about. I have no personal experience with either of them, but have heard consistently good reports.

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The name of the shop is Josam's in Orlando Fl. Barry the service mgr. is great to deal with and the tech's are well trained. phone number is in my m/h, sorry.
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The other alignment shop that I have only read and heard good things about is Hickman's Brake and Alignment in Ft. Pierce.

Located on Orange Avenue just east of I-95.
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Old 04-01-2014, 09:42 PM   #7
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In central Florida, it's Josam Truck Frame and Alignment...8849 Exchange Dr, Orlando, FL 32809
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