Another welcome. Your Intrigue is a nice coach, and is well worth sorting out the teething pains of making your coach. Both mechanically, and interior wise if you find you want to change things around to your own personal likes.
I alway's suggest working out all mechanical issues first, safety and comfort while traveling. And taking sometime to live in a new/used coach, and come up with a list of items that you may want to modify to your own likes.
Suggest you ask an Admin to move this to the Country Coach Owner's area. Also let us know what region your in, and we can make recommendations of shops to consider.
Besides normal catch-up maintenance on buying a used coach (May not be needed, but especially if not documented, pretend the maintenance was never done. Do a full service, if needed. Establish a baseline for you to move forward from with 'your coach'.), sounds like you should visit a good chassis shop. Southern California = Colton, Northwest = Kaiser Brake & Alignment, Florida = Jolson (SP?), Minnesota has a shop with a good reputation too, just can't recall the name right now.
Have an all axle alignment performed, this include setting ride heights to factory specs. Also have them inspect your chassis for wear of bushings, components, and shocks. Very probable you have Koni Adjustable SP2 generation shocks on your front end. They could be occasionally overwhelmed controlling the IFS on that coach. Good alternatives are the Koni EVO 99 shock, or more spendy the Road Kings. Rears are probably fine, so you might just look into the Steers for now, and go put some miles on and see how you like the handling.
Often overlooked, and a safety item, is the Air Dryer. If receipts do not document replacement or refurbishment/rebuild in the last 3-4 years, have that replaced too.
A friendly and some very knowable owners on the CC IRV2 Owner group... Ask away, and someone usually can get you an answer, or point you to someone who knows...
Enjoy, and relax, have fun, go slow - ease into the Finest Coach Ever Made (Opinions will Vary
!) - Country Coach
Best to you,