no, shocks mainly fixed the front to rear bounce/porpoise effect. The rear tract bar helped my sway, and the reflect steering stabilizer helped our over steer. We get manageable push and pull from tractor trailers but now I leave on cruise and drive with one hand. These changes plus alignment and air settings in tires really helped. We bought some cheap manual stabilizers to set under steps and rear,if we are staying for a week or more, sometimes we don't put the stabilizer supports under. We use lynx blocks for leveling.
New to MH RVing,had TTs/HTT/PUPs/Tents, retired 2013,now have more time for church ministries,fam,friends, camping, we have 2007 WB Access 29T with 6.0L Chevy,25K miles,31' 2013 CRV AWD Toad/Falcon2/BrBuddy