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Old 09-28-2017, 11:55 AM   #1
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Bought a low mile (under 25k] Adventurer and it rode really soft, so I replaced the shocks w/ Bilestein (old shocks were really bad, no damping] and that got rid of the bad up/down when hitting the freeway overpass crossings and bumps, but I still have a lot of side to side sway. It can be a little discomforting, because I am having to correct the steering constantly while at freeway speeds.Can anyone recommend a fix for that, but isn't too costly.
Thanks for any help-Brad
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Old 09-28-2017, 08:30 PM   #2
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It might help others to respond if you were to post the chassis manufacturer. Is it a Ford or Workhorse chassis? I'm sure there are many that have made upgrades that could be of benefit to you and your particular chassis.
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Old 09-28-2017, 11:57 PM   #3
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There must be hundreds of posts on this topic.

For wandering steering many have found that a steering stabilizer helps - I installed a Roadmaster Steering Stabilizer and it works great. But doesn't help with rolling body motions.

People install beefier roll bars and/or Sumo Srings or Air Springs for that problem. I'm leaning (no pun intended) toward Sumo Springs.

The steering stabilizer was $700 installed.. Sumo Springs are $1500 installed approximately. Beefy rear anti-roll bars are about $900 installed.
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