Re: Camping Swaaaay
We've got rear airbags and they do help with the sway, but our SMB is low in the front, so we tend to reduce rather than increase rear airbag pressure, unless we find a proper slope or are able to put stuff under the step-blocks we carry for the front wheels. For us, getting the beds level is more important than stopping occasional sway.
1993 E350 SMB, 15M, 84k miles - a cheap date
2006 Toyota Prius because we like clean air
2002 Honda Odyssey - can haul lots of stuff
1972 Mercedes 350SL with 4.5l V-8, just because
Wag more, Bark less, Play well with others.