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Old 03-03-2020, 02:30 PM   #1
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2004 Country Coach Inspire front suspension help

I just bought a 2004 Country Coach Inspire Siena 36 foot Diesel Pusher with the DynoMax chassis which has independent front suspension. The coach wanders a lot in the lane on the freeway above 50mph and makes me nervous. There’s play in the steering wheel but not enough to be an issue. Seems that I’m always counter-steering to compensate for this lane wandering. Anybody know what I do to correct this? Any comparable aftermarket accessories available to stiffen the steering???
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Go to a truck shop that does front end alignments and have the front end aligned and the steering box tightened up. We had a similar issue with one of ours and it made a world of difference when we had it done. Cost I believe was less than $400 for the procedure. Could also be tires and tire pressure.
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