My 16 Winnebago already had the true center installed when I bought it last year.
Last night we stayed at a campground and I happened to look under the front and saw the little metal box hanging by the electrical connector.
The connector was zip tied to the damper, not plugged in to anything.
The boot on the damper was pulled apart and the whole apparatus was rubbing against the tie rod (I think). I don't think I hit anything on the road. There was no other damage under the coach.
So I watched a couple videos about installing the true center and this morning I just took it off.
I left the bracket in place for now because I don't have a torque wrench with me to retourqe the nuts.
Drove all the way across Arkansas and a little way towards Houston today and the coach didn't feel any different at all. Drove great like always.
I don't think it was doing anything since it wasn't connected electrically anyway.
Why would someone install this $1300.00 item and not connect it?
Now I don't know if I should consider getting another steering damper or just go without one.