Got Equalizer Adjusted.. Still doesn't feel right.
Looking for some input, help, guidance on getting my Equalizer corrected.
Upgraded to a 2015 Expedition last summer.. Moved over the hitch and made my own adjustments, but went on our first trip end of summer and had to get an emergency adjustment on the road as it was REALLY squirrelly. Anytime I was passed by anything larger than a pickup and i literally was shoved 3-5 feet sideways. Was awful. Felt much better after the adjustment (They raised the height of the ball quite a bit), but it is definitely still missing somewhere.
I still have sag, and still feel like i'm being pushed around; and the front end feels a bit unstable (wobbly?).. Definitely something amiss, the weight most certainly isn't fully distributed.
What would you look at first? I'm not really trusting RV dealerships to get it right - they couldn't on my last vehicle, and apparently not on this one either. I'm under the impression I should not have barely any sag at all, and most certainly the front end should feel more planted on the ground.
2015 Shadow Cruiser S-280QBS TT
2015 Ford Expedition TV