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Old 11-08-2019, 07:26 PM   #1
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Chevy Class C

I own a 2007 E-450 Class C. I've only owned it for about 8 months. It is currently in the shop getting the caster set on the front end to see if that will help settle down the steering issues.

I have read on this and other forums that the Chevy chassis doesn't have the steering problems that seem to aggravate the Ford units. I didn't do enough research before I bought.

My wife wants to buy a newer (used) unit in the next two years. I'm going to a closer look at the Chevy based Class C's if we upgrade. Are there any inherent problems with the Chevys I should watch out for when shopping.

Thanks in advance.
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I've had both and the Chevrolet is so much smoother, roomier, and needs no aftermarket help to get there. I'm on year 6 of my 2014.
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