The symptoms that I had before upgrading to a track bar and Tru-Center steering stabilizer were a constant correcting or "fighting" the wheel that was worse in crosswinds, crowned roads and when semi's passed. After reading Driver's excellent article on suspension mods I understood what sensation to feel for on curves and lane changes to ID the need for a track bar. A good friend of mine with much motor home experience basically "made" me buy a Tru-Center to stabilize the steering. Together they made a huge difference in the operation of the coach. The lateral side to side rear end sway is totally controlled by the track bar. The coach tracks straight in all wind and road conditions due to the Tru-Center and together I hardly notice semi's passing in either direction. I have not noticed a lot of sway or lean in my coach as of yet. I do have the upgraded shocks on the front only and have no porpoising.
To Kazoo Tom,
I agree wholeheartedly that WCC could do more. Most of the auto manufacturers have after market upgrades available for their products. GM, Ford and Chrysler have performance items they make available to customers. All have catalogs full of parts to improve the performance of their products to levels the average buyer isn't interested in.
2004 37B Adventurer, 8.1 WH, Ultrapower, DIY CAI, Henderson Track Bar, Tru Center, Koni FSD's, Roadmaster Even Brake, Scan Guage II, 180 Thermostat,