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You are probably getting the normal tail sag that happens with most gas chassis motorhomes in time. It happens because we run the suspension at near the max gvwr all of the time. On our 1999 F53 it began to be noticeable at about 10 years and you are getting almost to 20 so have done well. If you have never had the individual wheel weights done, I'd bet you are heavier on the low side then the other but probably both rear springs are starting to sag. What I suggest is rear airbags as that will correct it and in my case, it actually improved ride and handling as well. Most any RV shop will have them and they can be installed by the owner, but I chose not to. I also suggest getting some that have a tube from each one to a central location for adding air as it will make if far less difficult to check pressures and adjust them. 

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