Rear end drift on 2003 Monaco Camelot

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yosemitesamm

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Has anyone had a problem with the tail wagging the dog on a Monaco Camelot?  I have done allignment, balance, weigh and tire pressure and ride height.  The vehicle still wanders more than I like.
Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Yosemitesamm
 

Tom

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We also have an 03 Camelot and tow a Suburban, but have not experienced that problem. Hopefully someone can suggest a generic solution but, if not, you might also try calling Monaco to see if they have any ideas. Another possibility might be to call Henderson Lineup in Oregon. I see you've checked alignment, but I've heard that Henderson checks things and has some tricks that other alignnment shops don't. However, I have no experience with them.
 

yosemitesamm

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Tom,

How long is your Camelot?  What engine?  Are you running Good Years?  Monroe shocks?

What do you know about Bilstein shocks?

Thanks,

Mike
 

Tom

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Mike,

The Camelot is 38 feet. Engine is Cummins ISC 350 hp. Tires are Good Year, but I couldn't tell you which ones (I'll check them out next time I'm at the storage lot where the coach is kept). Shocks - I have no idea - whatever Monaco put on.
 
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