Welcome to the Winnebago rattle pit, which is like playing whack a mole.
You fix one rattle and another pops up.
There are great recommendations in this string. The best advice is to take one annoying noise at a time even though they are all irritating.
Perhaps the noise remedies we found will provide some support.
1. Door rattles. Seems so simple, but there are lots of points that create noise. Tackle each point with insulation, glue, sealants or rubber spacers at points of movement. We have put rolled socks between the exterior door and the outer door.
2. Engine noise. No advice other than buy a diesel.
3. Stove rattles. No pots and pans inside if you have an oven.
4. Under-carriage noise and road stability. Sumo shocks and steering stabilizer made a huge difference in driving control and overall noise.
We traded our 29ve this year for a Winnebago Forza 38F. There are noise issues with the new coach as well. I suspect noise issues are just endemic with motorhomes regardless of who builds the coach.
Good luck my friend. The good news is that the noise does stop when you park.
Originally Posted by Shoregrass
Bought a brand new 29VE this year. Most things are OK, EXCEPT... !
The interior has more rattles than a tin knockers shop. Among them... my driver's side seat belt anchor rattles like crazy, the stove rattles and squeaks,
the living-room TV wall anchor bracket rattles and the entry door has lots of errant noises when it's closed (both squeaks and rattles).
Anybody else have this kind of stuff on a new (5500 miles) Winnebago? Any suggestions?