Bit of advice please.
I recently converted my recently acquired P38 from springs back to air. All went well and it drives..... well, floats along.
The air works well, does its job and keeps all 4 corners up. My concern is, are the dampers doing their job? They are the original 19 year old dampers that are not leaking.
Straight roads are fine. Rough pot holed, unmade lanes are handled brilliantly, (in my opinion compared to our RAV4 for instance). Speed humps are dispatched with ease.
The big, "BUT" is country lanes, switching right, left, right etc are awful. The car steers like a boat, it induces travel sickness in my wife who never suffers that way. I could outrun it down the lanes in a 1.2 Micra! It actually doesn't seem that safe if trying anywhere near, "pressing on".
My Mercedes ML320 is like a sports car by comparison.
Are my dampers shot? Do they all do this? Can the situation be improved? If so, what are the best ride dampers available?
Please don't say, "TADTS". Pleeese!