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Old 06-20-2014, 04:29 PM   #1
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Steering vibrating

After I hit a pot hole the steering in my r v started to shake violently I stop the r v, and then restarted it and the shaking had stop. This has happen a few times with the last one being the worst. Hopefully someone in the forum can help me. Oh yes the RV is a 1993 Ford Fleetwood Bounder 7.5 petrol, its 32 foot, it also got 6 new tyres last August. I hope there's someone out there who has the answer I need
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Here's a previous thread which may shed some light on this.
http://www.irv2.com/forums/f101/rv-shakes-125884.html
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It sounds like a front end inspection is in order, something is worn out. After 21 years, there is a good chance all of the rubber bushings have deteriorated. How many miles on steering componants?
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Possible worn out steering stabilizer. It looks like a shock absorber that ataches to the steering linkage.
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