Motorhome Magazine used the terms "dumb" or "numb" to refer to this condition. It'w when you have to oversteer your motorhome -- sort of like driving an old-time car. It must be fairly common as Camping World sells a number of products to correct this. It's a brand-new 2011 26' Winnebago Vista -- tires peoperly inflated, not overloaded and don't know what the wheelbase ratio is. I might add we went from a truck and trailer to this and it's our first motorhome.
QUOTE(Kirk @ Jun 7 2011, 07:58 PM)
We have a Ford chassis motorhome, but have no idea of what you mean? We have had ours since the V-10 version first came out and there surly could be some improvements to it as the front axle is very stiff. Some versions of the chassis have been improved by addition of a track bar. Better shocks are also helpful, which is what we did with ours.
It is also very important that the tires be properly inflated based upon inflation tables for the tire, matched to your axle weights. Another possible issue could be overloading.
More information is needed to be able to do more than just guess at what your problem really is? How is the wheelbase ratio?