Originally Posted by shesaidyes
What can I do to help.
You did not say if you had a Chevy Chassis or a Ford chassis, so I'll tell you about my Chevy.
3 years ago, I bought a 2014 Coachmen Freelander 28QB (no slide) on a Chevy chassis. The Freelander is almost the same RV as yours.
I found that as I was driving it, the front end would "bounce" up and down on the slightest bump. I call it "porpusing". On several of the local roads near my house, at 30 MPH, the front wheels would actually come off the ground.
Remember, this is the BARE RV with nothing loaded into it and nothing in the huge basement under the bed.
Within weeks, I ordered and installed Bilstein front shocks. The Bilstein shocks TOTALLY stopped the movement and made it a joy to drive.
3 months ago, we decided that we wanted a slide and bought a 2013 Coachmen Freelander 29QB. This new to us RV does front end bounce, but less than the previous 2014, but I will be adding Bilsteins to the front end. I have never added air to the rear air bags of either RV.
Be aware that the more stuff you have behind the rear axle, the more weight is taken off the front axle which will be inclined to bounce more. I think that adding air to the rear air bags will not improve things on the front end.
I bought the Bilsteins from Sumitt Racing for $98 each and installed them myself (3 bolts). I will soon add them to present RV.
I suggest that you add Bilsteins or KYB or some other, stiffer than factory stock, high quality after-market shock to the front end.
If you do that, or whatever you do, please let us know what happens.