I took my new 2552 to Mainline Truck and Trailer Service (trained by Henderson). The handling of the 450 was pretty good but wanted to see if improvements could be made. Ended up putting on new front and rear sway bars and a rear trac bar. They mounted a camera under my PC and drove it while taking videos of the front sway bar, both with the original and the new. The original looked like a wet noodle flopping around. I was amazed at the difference in the videos between the original and new sway bars. There was definitely an improvement in the handling as well. I feel it was money well spent.
BTW, I like what you did with the kitchen drawers, I may look into that as well. I've already used some of your ideas like making the third chair a captains chair, it will be put to good use when my grand-daughter starts camping with me.
Quote from: racephoto on March 30, 2013, 01:33:21 pm.....the owner said his was one of the chassis where Ford added front sway bars if that's the right term......Actually he got it backwards. In 2008, Ford added a "Rear" sway bar to the E350 chassis on that PC-2100. The front bar has always been. Hopefully the smaller diameter Ford bars will be enough for satisfied handling.I look forward to your report Gail. Well wishes!
.....the owner said his was one of the chassis where Ford added front sway bars if that's the right term......