re: 2004 Winnebago Adventurer --- excessive sway (rocking) at low speed. On highway the sway is not noticeable and does not sway when passed by semis. Input will be appreciated.
RV Roamer said:Could you elaborate more on this low speed sway? I assume there is no problem when driving straight down the road, so it must be in some sort of turn that the sway occurs.? Does it happen in each and everybend in the road? When turing typical street corners? Or perhaps only on very low speed turns, as into a driveway or gas station?? The Workhorse chassis is kown for a tendency to dip sharply when turning into a curb cut that has a fairly sharp rise or fall, as is often the case as it transitions from sidewalk level to street level.
[The MH rocks (rolls) when going slow over rough areas, you do have to be turning. It is stable at highway speeds and takes turns in road with no problem.]