White Knuckle Breeze
If your Breeze is out of control in cross winds, This is a tip:
Check the rear sway bar bushings. The sway bar is 1 5/8 inches.
The IFS only has a sway bar on the rear axle, it must work.
My 2014 Breeze 32BR had 1 3/4 inch bushings installed when built.
Simple to check, just see if your sway bar is tight in it's bushings.
This 1/8 inch difference makes the sway bar useless.
Coach needs to be on flat level ground when checking.
Laydown, slide under front of rear tires, grab the sway bar, see if it is tight.
These bushings are 16" apart on the front of the sway bar.
Anyone that can get under the coach can check this.
It takes 20 minutes to change the bushings if they are wrong.(after you get the correct ones)
Hard part is to change them you must be able to work under the coach, thus a pit or ramps are needed.
This fix does not have to be done by an RV shop, any mechanic can do this.
All Breeze chassis have the possibility of having the wrong bushings. (over 1200 built since 2011)
I found this just by chance while inspecting the rear chassis. White knuckle driving is fixed.
Also I installed a Safe-T-Plus on the 2014 IFS front end. This kit will be available soon.