P32 Workhorse chassis:
Previous owner warned that the beast handled/road awful and Semi push/pull was a white knuckle affair. So 5 years ago I:
- Replaced front tires and added balancing beads.
- Replaced front air bags (one was leaking) and thru trial/error found best pressure to be 72PSI (was previously at 35PSI).
- Increased tire pressure to 75PSI vs. the 65PSI the RV mfg recommended.
Rides nice now - 5 years later and I haven't had to do anything else,but it is getting time to replace a couple more tires so I'll be tweaking it again.
I think a lot can be done working with the stock systems (Ford's simple handling fix or Workhorse airbags/shocks).
Also, as stated above, a TPMS is a must in my book.
Inside - you know the drill - keep updating. It never ends.
Tom and Amy from Northern Virginia.
2000 Allegro 454/Workhorse P32/TST/Crossfire
Life is a DIY project - enjoy it.