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Old 05-31-2019, 04:35 AM   #1
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Factory Alignment

I see the advice about increased cast on the F450 units for stability. How happy were you with the original alignment on your sprinter?
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Fine. No problems. No steering, handling, or tire wear issues in just over 21,000 miles.

If you're curious about "ride", I like ours just fine - keeping in mind it's a pretty subjective subject. I've driven the other 2 classes, and the current rig rides closer to the Type B van.

Some folks have added all sorts of ride improvement items and fixes to their Sprinter based Type C motorhomes, but except for some occasional "rock and roll" curb roll, ours handles fine as it came from the factory.
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