One of the best things you can to improve the handling is the Cheap handling fix on your sway bars. Takes only about 30 minutes and no parts are required. Do it on both front and rear sway bars. Greatly reduces sway in all conditions.
Somehow we went from the manual operation of the slideout to Cheap Handling Fix. Anyway to answer HJ's question the CHF is an adjustment done to the sway bars to increase the amount of torsion on them to reduce sway. If you Google it there are many Youtube videos on it.
Sorry this got stuck in my Slide Out post. I should have separated my questions and comments. I have viewed several of the sway bar fixes and will check my unit to see if it has the second set of holes in the sway bars and then try the fix if they are there. I am scheduled to have the additional rear sway bar added at their facility the third week of June, $1100.00 installed. I can still cancel if the fix is a great as they say it is.
On my 2016 Precept UL31, there is a factory front & rear sway bars. Only the front has the extra holes for the adjustment. The factory ford rear sway bat is mounted in front of the axle and a much heavy one is mounted behind the axle. This is the way is was delivered from Jayco. It could be part of the J Ride+ package. Maybe the altante doesn't have this.See attached pics of both rear sway bars. Hope this helps.
I think that's right, the Precept has the extra and heavier rear sway bars - called the J-Ride Plus. I have been under my Alante and I only have one front and one rear sway bar but I haven't looked for the "extra" holes on either. I get it back from the dealer next week and will crawl under and take a look. Thanks!
I added Air Lift air bags to the rear and has helped greatly. I have run these on many off my Ford chassis and am very pleased with the results, About $800.00 in parts including the onboard compressor.