I've been looking at this
product since reading about it in another iRV2 thread. If correct, the product literature would indicates the product would solve or at least minimize my steering problem.
For those not familiar with my steering problem the bottom line is that any shift in coach weight to one side (for what ever reason) causes the coach to follow the weight shift. The coach becomes difficult to keep straight until the weight shift settles back down. On straight and high quality roads, the coach steers fine. Low quality roads, trucks passing, cross winds, etc. the coach is difficult to control. This has been a problem since date of delivery. Previous threads in the Spartan Chassis forum have the details.
In April 06 I had the Howard Precision Steering System installed. There was an immediate and 100% elimination of the problem.
I have always felt if the side movement of the weight of the coach could be minimized I would not have the control problem. With the Howard System broke and parts several weeks away, it was time for me to try the SuperSteer Motion Control Units.
I just finished installing them. The next trip is to the Tampa RV Super Show. It will be a good test for the product. The trip is about 240 miles, one way, and combines secondary and Interstate highway travel. I will post here on the results.