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    Quote Originally Posted by The laird View Post
    Could be top strut mountings eddy,could be steering rack,could be a sub chassis loose ,the list goes on and on mate you know that esp wi taxis,roger is better getting a full alignment check done then take it from there imho
    hi
    i would get underneath with a tyre lever and check bushes before
    alignment because if they need changing it will need realiged. how
    is the tyre wear is it even.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Looser cruiser View Post
    Take you’re wallet out the back cupboard 😜Think weight on tail end has quite a lot to do with front end problems on mhs everythingis off balance so somthings got to give think any kind of upgrade on back suspension on a motor home shoul help front end drift
    We already have air suspension on the rear axle.
    I am going to contact a local company that does alignment and we’ll take it from there.
    I have been prepared to put up with the wandering until now, but we have a long trip planned shortly and I don’t want to sit there for hours fighting with the steering and not being able to relax.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eddyt View Post
    hi
    i would get underneath with a tyre lever and check bushes before
    alignment because if they need changing it will need realiged. how
    is the tyre wear is it even.
    Tyres are virtually new Ed, no sign of any wear yet.
    Thanks for the advice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoaminRog View Post
    Tyres are virtually new Ed, no sign of any wear yet.
    Thanks for the advice.
    hi
    if the tyres are new you will notbe able to tell by sight.
    you will need to measure each edge of tyre with a digital depth
    gauge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris356 View Post
    Is it not that cheap vodka from Aldi that's causing it. Our hobby has a overhang I fitted air assist cost £300 made a massive improvement and lifts the rear 6 inch
    Please tell me more about the £300 air suspension.
    Many thanks in advance.
    Graham

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    Thanks for all your replies and suggestions. I didn't realise but the garage where I work use a company called Lasertrak, and they are going to see what they can find on Friday, so will let you know what they find. They want it over a pit, so they can poke about and check everything they can. Fingers crossed!
    Thanks all!!
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    Good luck Rog, mine started to wander when I fitted winter tyres, I was lucky that dropping the front tyre pressure cured it and there was nothing wrong with the front or rear suspension
    Who was that gobby southerner who kept saying If they don't like me they can fcuk off
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    Quote Originally Posted by grahammay2 View Post
    Please tell me more about the £300 air suspension.
    Many thanks in advance.
    Graham
    I got mine off this guy paid extra £20 for dual gauges
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tezza33 View Post
    Good luck Rog, mine started to wander when I fitted winter tyres, I was lucky that dropping the front tyre pressure cured it and there was nothing wrong with the front or rear suspension
    Nice one Terry, hope our problem is as simple!

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    Hi Rog I have been following the thread and most culprits have been mentioned , it could be as simple as a directional tread tyre fitted wrong perhaps ? In either event a good garage laser testing will test the lot and can check steering , Weight distribution possibilities aside which may require thoughts on what is carried and where I don't think you will have the fiasco of last time a gearbox as I recall

    Good luck to hopefully a simple and cheap remedy

    Channa
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