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  1. palmerlee
    Hi Have been reading about wandering problem with Monacos. We just purchased this 2004 Monaco LaPalma 37'. It's like new but you know-like being on ice at times and wanders. I've got alot of reading to do yet and we have to figure out when and who will help us. I'll need to know where we can get the parts when we're ready. I was reading your posts--Do you have a chevy? What do you have? I'm still around but am working also.
  2. 10Boomer
    06-24-2017 02:14 PM
    10Boomer
    Craig, hope all is well with you. I followed your directions, with drag link on pitman arm. As you know, plenty of corrosion on the frame and steering gear. I don't know how you even got that broke loose at QZ when you adjusted! I worked the nut back out far enough to bottom the inside set screw down to bottom out, not much more than you had it, maybe 3/4' more than what you had set. Its as far as it will go, tighten the 3/4" nut back down. Did a test drive, my friend Tony drove it also, he thinks springs inside the steering box, that assist power steering in the box are weak. This causes slight lag if you call it that, +- 2" now. Driving you can actually feel the springs assist in steering. You would know more than I in this arena, what do you think? Is there a company by Coburg or trucking company, to replace steering box, pitman arm and drag link, the parts likely will need to be cut off the coach! Craig thanks again, you can call me if you want to chat. 708-580-5323.
  3. Pagbro
    08-13-2016 02:32 PM
    Pagbro
    CrazyKnight...I have. Monaco Diplomt 40' 2005 ...it has long time wandering problem
    I have change tires ,steering box, drag link.and it has gotten better but still wanders
    I was refers to you and have read about watts links, x bars TRW steering
    Love my buss hate the way it drives ...can you help ...thanks pagbro
    I'm new at this I just joined up trying to figure out what to do about the steering read the link and someone suggested I contact you or someone named van will who I saw in some post work with you I could not find his profile
  4. jleamo1
    04-27-2016 12:26 PM
    jleamo1
    Nice work on the box swap. I have a 2001 HR Imperial with excessive play and a Sheppard M100PLG32 box and I have just begun the collection of information to consider making the change over. Do you have any advice, suggestions?
    Thanks,
    Joe
  5. deSanford
    Here are the pictures of the ccc valves.
    Ccc valves - Imgur

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  • About CrazyKnight
    City
    Griffin
    State or Province
    Georgia
    Country
    USA
    RV Manufacturer
    Monaco
    RV Model
    Knight
    RV Year
    2011
    RV Length
    36 PFT
  • Signature
    Craig and Angie
    2011 Monaco Knight 36 PFT
    TRW steering gear, Front and Rear Watts Link's Rear X bars, Koni FSD's, CCV's, ATRO Bushings

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