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Roadmaster Anti-Sway Bars RM-1139-149 Review

Today we're going to take a look at the Road Master 1 and 5/8 inch rear anti-sway bar for motor homes. This is a custom fit part. It is designed to fit the 2012, the newer Ford F53 chassis motor homes with either V8 or a V10. It will also fit the 2012 and newer Thor Toy Hauler on the Ford F53 chassis with the Titan V10. An anti-sway bar will sue the weight of an axle against the chassis, so that pressure to one side of the motor home, which is usually caused by weight shift, wind, or passing trucks, is countered by the anti-sway bar. This anti-sway bar will have a lot thicker diameter than the factory sway bars. Often a quarter to 3/8 of an inch more, and that will offer much more resistance to sway.


Roadmaster Anti-Sway Bars RM-1129-138 Review

Today we're going to take a look at the Roadmaster Front Anti-Sway Bar for trucks. This is a custom fit part. It is designed to fit the Dodge Ram, and Ram 4500 and 5500 vehicles, starting in the year 2013. Now on any custom fit, I always like to recommend to go to our website, use our fit guide. Put in your year and model vehicle, and it'll show you if this will work for your application. This sway bar will minimize side to side movement, to improve overall stability of your vehicle. It'll let you execute turns and quick maneuvers with confidence.


Roadmaster Front Anti-Sway Bar Installation - 2004 Winnebago Brave

Today on our 2004 Winnebago F53 chassis, we're going to be taking a look at and installing the Roadmaster Front Anti-Sway Bar, part number RM-1139-140. Here's what it looks like once it's installed. As you can see, it's going to fit just like the original. It's only a lot larger diameter bar. It's going to provide you with the urethane bushing for long life. It's going to come with all new hardware, our saddle straps and bolts. It's going to have a cadmium plating that's going to help protect it against and corrosion, and with the sway bar installed, it's going to help keep your vehicle straight in the lane.


Roadmaster Reflex Steering Stabilizer Installation - 2004 Winnebago Brave

Today, in this 2004 Winnebago Brave we're going to review and install the Roadmaster Reflex Steering Stabilizer for Class A motorhomes, Part number RN-RBK9-RSSA. We'll go ahead and cover the operation of our steering stabilizer which is very simple. Right now we have it in a neutral state where it wants to be at when you're going down a road. However, when you do turn one way, the spring will compress, then it will want to push the steering back to center. Likewise, when you go the opposite way, the spring will expand and it will want to contract back to its neutral position. We can see that as we go ahead and take our test drive and see how it works as we go around turns. This is what the steering stabilizer looks like once installed on our Winnebago.


Roadmaster Reflex Steering Stabilizer Installation - 2008 Ford Van

Today on our 2008 Ford E-450, we're going to take a look at and show you how to install the Roadmaster Reflex Steering Stabilizer with mounting brackets for Class C Motorhomes. Part number is RM-RBK11-RSSC. All right, here's what the steering stabilizer looks like installed. As you can see, really much better looking than the standard or the factory stabilizer here on the front. We still have that element. We still have the stabilizer that's going to run right through here.


Roadmaster Reflex Steering Stabilizer Installation - 2013 Tiffin Phaeton

Today on this 2013 Tiffin Phaeton motor home with a freightliner chassis, we're going to install a Roadmaster Reflex Steering Stabilizer, part number RN-RBK18-RSSA. This is what the reflex looks like when it's installed on our RV. We've got two points of contact here. Foul point with the chassis right here underneath the shock mount. We look towards the other side. There is a contact point with the tie rod right here. As we have it installed right now, we have our wheels in a straight line.


Roadmaster Rear Anti-Sway Bar Review

Today we're going to be taking a look at the Roadmaster line of rear anti-sway bars. Here, with our factory sway bar, you'll see that we're going to have a lot of axle movement in relation to the vehicle. That's going to transfer into a lot of movement at the top of our RV. This is going to make for a lot more movement in the RV as we're heading down the road, making it a little more difficult to control. Here, with our new sway installed, you're going to see a noticeable difference. You'll also feel a noticeable difference from inside the vehicle. We don't have nearly the weight transfer side to side at the top of the RV, handling has been improved dramatically, and so has the ride quality.


Roadmaster Rear Anti-Sway Bar Installation - 2016 Ford E-Series Cutaway

Today on our 2016 Ford E450 Motor Home, we're going to take a look at and show you how to install the road master rear anti-sway bar, part number RM-1139-147. Here on our factory sway bar you'll see that we're going to have a lot of axle movement in relation to the vehicle. That's going to transfer into a lot of movement at the top of our RV. This is going to make for a lot more movement in the RV as we're heading down the road, making it a little more difficult to control. Here with our new sway bar installed, you're going to see a noticeable difference. You'll also feel a difference from inside the vehicle. We don't have nearly the weight transfer side to side at the top of the RV.


Roadmaster Reflex Steering Stabilizer Review

Today we are going to be taking a look at Road Masters line of Reflex Steering Stabilizers with mounting brackets for Class C Motor Homes. Here you can see our factory stabilizer and it does an okay job of keeping our wheel from being pulled one way or another. The return to center kind of has some lag and you just don't feel like it wants to come back to the middle, it takes a lot of driver input. The Reflex Stabilizer installed, you can see of course it is going to do a good job of keeping our wheel from moving when we don't want to, but it is also going to hold it in center. That way we won't have to worry about our wheels being drug one way or the other. You can see as we go around the corners and it straightens back out, it returns to center much quicker, requiring a lot less driver input to get us heading the direction that we want to go. Here is what our stabilizer is going to look like installed. As you can see, really neat looking set up, you can really tell that you have upgraded this stabilizer with this set up. This spring is going to have a memory.


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Anti-Sway Bars Questions and Answers

  • Steering Stabilizer Recommendation for a 2015 Ford F53 Chassis with V10 Engine
  • For a 2015 Ford F53 V10 chassis we recommend the sway bars and stabilizers shown on the linked page. The Blue Ox TruCenter Steering Stabilizer # TC35160 that you referenced is not among the confirmed fits. The steering stabilizer recommended for your 2015 Ford F53 V10 chassis is Roadmaster's Reflex # RM-RBK9-RSSA. This complete kit includes the stabilizer itself, custom mounting brackets and all required installation hardware.
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  • Steering Stabilizer for a 2014 Ace Motor Home Built on a Ford F-53 Chassis
  • There are several products you can add to your motor home to get a better ride and add stability. If your motor home is built on the Ford F-53 V10 chassis then for a steering stabilizer you would use # RM-RBK9-RSSA. You can also beef up the anti-sway bars using # RM-1139-140 for a front replacement and # RM-1139-143 for the rear (or # 1139-144 for the rear if the motor home is more than 33 feet long). If the motor home has a Dana 150 rear axle and is rated for 18,000 pounds gross vehicle...
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  • Front and Rear Anti-Sway Bars for F-53 Based Coachman Pursuit Motorhome
  • We can help you select anti-sway suspension products for your F-53-based Coachman Pursuit. If you are going to add these items one at a time, start with a front-axle kit from Roadmaster, part # RM-1139-140. You'll get more benefits from a front-axle kit. This replaces the stock sway bar with a far stronger cadmium-plated 4140 chromoly steel unit. This mounts without drilling and it includes all the hardware to install it. Then when you're ready to add the rear sway bar, use the link...
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  • Steering Stabilizer and Anti-Sway Bar for 2016 Winnebago Vista LX on Ford F53 Chassis
  • Usually the model year of the motor home is one year higher than the chassis it was built on. So it is likely that you have a 2015 Ford F53 chassis. Winnebago should be able to tell you if it is indeed a 2015 model chassis. If it is and it is a V10 then you can use steering stabilizer # RM-RBK9-RSSA. Anti-sway bar # RM-1139-143 would fit the V8 or V10 models. Check to ensure there is enough factory u-bolt available to accommodate the factory nut, washer and 1/2 inch plate. If the u-bolts...
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  • Does Roadmaster Bushing Kit # RM-4139-125 for Ford F53 Include Steel U-Brackets
  • The Roadmaster Polyurethane Bushing Kit for 1-1/2-Inch Diameter Factory Rear Anti-Sway Bar, part # RM-4139-125, includes two polyurethane bushings, steel U-shaped brackets plus a bag of installation hardware. If you refer to the linked photo that shows a complete sway bar kit you will see two arrows indicating a pair of bushings with the steel U-brackets. Two of these are included in the replacement kit along with the bushings and hardware.
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  • Rear Anti-Sway Bar for a 2013 Tiffin Allegro 31sa Motorhome on a Ford F-53 Chassis
  • For the Ford F-53 chassis you would use Roadmaster anti-sway bar # RM-1139-145. I have included a link to the installation instructions for you. If your motorhome is more than 33 feet long then you can use # 1139-144. The bar diameter on it is 1-3/4 inches as opposed to the factory 1-1/2 inch sway bar. I have also included a link to our FAQ article on stability control for heavy duty vehicles like yours.
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  • Is there a Blue Ox TigerTrak Rear Axle Stabilizer for a 2014 Ford F53 Chassis Motor Home
  • Blue Ox lists up to the 2015 Ford F53 chassis for the TigerTrak. If the chassis happens to be a 2014 or 2015 then you would need # TT2400. I have included a link to the stabilization products we have listed as a fit for the 2014 F53 chassis. I have also linked or help article on stabilization for you.
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  • Steering Stabilizer for a Class C RV Built on a 2014 Ford E-350 Van Chassis
  • Roadmaster steering stabilizer # RM-RBK11-RSSC is designed for Class C RVs built on the 2014 Ford E-350 van chassis and that have the V10 engine. If your model had the V8 motor and does not have the OEM dampener then the correct steering stabilizer is # RM-RBK2-RSSC like you said. But if it has the dampener then there other ways to add stability to the RV. For example you can upgrade the front factory sway bar using # RM-1139-176 and the rear using # RM-1139-117. This will make the...
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  • Front and Rear Anti-Sway Bars for a 2013 Ford F-53 Chassis V10
  • Anti-sway bar # RM-1139-145 actually will only fit if the F-53 chassis also has the Dana 150 rear axle. Without the Dana 150 you would use # RM-1139-143. Check to ensure there is enough factory u-bolt available to accommodate the factory nut, washer and 1/2 inch plate. If the u-bolts are not long enough, the # RM-590050-00 u-bolt replacement kit is needed. Since your motor home is 33 feet long you would not use # RM-1139-144 because it is for coaches 34 feet and over. Front anti-sway...
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  • Roadmaster RM-RBK14-RSSA Steering Stabilizer for 2002 Alfa Motorhome on Freightliner XC Chassis
  • If your motorhome has the air suspension, solid front axle and is not equipped with the 150 gallon fuel tank, the RM-RBK14-RSSA steering stabilizer you mention is the correct part for your application. Keeping the steering wheel centered and fighting cross-winds is exactly what the stabilizer is designed for, and if it is a fit for your motorhome, it should work very well for you. You can certainly adjust your tire pressures if you care to, I am a firm believer in checking for the...
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  • Anti-Sway Bars for a Motor Home Built on a 2016 Ford F-53 Chassis
  • There are a few anti-sway bar options for motor homes built on the 2016 Ford F-53 Chassis. For the rear on your motor home I recommend anti-sway bar # RM-1139-149 which is for models rated for 24,000 pounds gross vehicle weight. For this model, check to ensure there is enough factory u-bolt available to accommodate the factory nut, washer and 1/2" plate. If the u-bolts are not long enough, the # RM-590050-00 u-bolt replacement kit is needed; sold separately. If your motor home has...
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  • Steering Stabilizer for a 2008 Ford E-450 Class C Motor Home
  • The Roadmaster Reflex Steering Stabilizer with Mounting Brackets, # RM-RBK11-RSSC, that you have referenced is the correct part you will need according to Roadmaster. Roadmaster also states that the estimated installation time is 1 hour and there is no drilling involved.
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  • RV on Ford E-450 Chassis is Hard to Steer and Sways
  • Just like a trailer, a vehicle being flat towed can pull around your RV, especially if the roads are uneven or wind joins in. There are several stabilizing products you could use to improve this issue and provide a better, safer tow. For a rear anti-sway bar you can use # RM-1139-147 which will provide an upgraded bar and bushings to improve stability at the back of the RV built on the Ford E-450 chassis. Also for the rear you can add an axle stabilizer, # TT2450, for even more stability...
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  • Recommended Anti-Sway Bar for Forest River 30DS FR3
  • The best solution for the problem you are experiencing is an anti-sway bar. An anti-sway bar will help with the side-to-side movement, or zigzag, you are experiencing. They are designed to help keep the motorhome going straight down the road If you are interested in Roadmaster, the anti-sway bar I recommend for you is the Rear Anti-Sway Bar for Motor Homes # RM-1139-145. This bar is designed to help assist the factory sway bar, not replace it. This anti-sway bar fits a Dana 150 rear...
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  • How Best to Stabilize Handling on a 2012 Fleetwood Bounder Motorhome on a Ford F53 Chassis
  • We do have a number of options for you to help improve the handling of your Bounder. For a steering stabilizer Blue Ox offers the TruCenter Steering Stabilizer, part # TC35160-5807. This kit connects between the steering mechanism and chassis and includes the mounting bracket and stabilizer bar, all required hardware and instructions (and I have attached the instructions). This product requires a 12V power source and operates via an in-cab push button control that activates its adjustable...
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  • Replacement Front and Rear Sway Bar Recommendations for a 2014 Ford F-350 for Towing
  • Going with a heavier sway bar on the front and rear of your 2014 Ford F-350 will help improve handling and stability when towing your fifth wheel trailer. For the rear you would want the part # RM-1139-173-00, for the front you would want the part # RM-1139-180.
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  • Recommended Steering and Suspension Stabilizers for 2016 Jayco Motorhome on Ford F-53 Chassis
  • We offer a range of front- and rear-axle kits to enhance the performance of an F-53-based RV. The key is to confirm the model year of your F-53 chassis. It is very likely to be a 2015 chassis but you can easily confirm this with Jayco by providing them with your VIN. For a 2015 F-53-based Jayco 29UR, which has a GVR of 18K-lbs, you'll use the kit # RM-RBK9-RSSA that you referenced. This kit installs in about an hour without drilling and includes all required parts for installation. The...
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  • Anti-Sway Bar for Leisure Travel Unity Motorhome on 2015 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Chassis
  • According to Roadmaster, their # RM-1209-131 anti-sway bar is compatible with your 2015 Sprinter Chassis. This sway bar will be used along with the factory anti-sway bar. No exhaust modifications will be necessary, according to Roadmaster. I've linked the installation instructions for you.
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  • Will the Roadmaster Reflex Steering Stabilizer Help a 2006 Chevy Express Van with Death Wobble
  • I spoke with my contact at Roadmaster and he informed me that the Roadmaster Reflex Steering Stabilizer # RM-RBK17-RSSC that you referenced would definitely help with the death wobble you are experiencing on your 2006 Chevy Express Van 2500. He recommended that you install a stiffer rear sway bar also.
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  • Recommended Anti-Sway for 2013 Storm by Fleetwood RV
  • To help your RV drive better while on the road, I recommend using a BlueOx TigerTrack Rear-Axle Stabilizer # TT2400. This anti-sway system is designed for use on F-53's with a GVWR between 14,000 and 18,000 pounds, and fits the Dana 80 rear axle. The TigerTrack system will provide better handling of your motor home and reduce rear-end sway, jarring, and rut tracking. By improving your RV's tracking, the TigerTrack will help reduce your fatigue while driving. To help at the front of your...
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