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Roadmaster Rear Anti-Sway Bar Installation - 2006 Ford E-450
Today on our 2006 Ford E450 with an RV body, we're going to review and install the Road Master rear anti-sway bar, part number RM-1139-147. With the manufacturer's sway bar, when we went over the uneven bumps we got a lot of body roll, because of the jostle and impact to the vehicle. With the new Road Master sway bar in place, we get a much firmer feel of the vehicle, not only in the steering, but also minimizes the body roll and impact from the uneven bumps or our parallel bumps, such as a speed bump. Now let's go ahead and show you how to install it. Now to begin our install, we need to remove the old or manufacturer's rear sway bar, that's just in front of and behind the rear axle. Keep in mind that each process we do here on the driver's side, is going to get repeated identically on the passenger's side, as all of our attachment points are the same. Now to start, I'm going to go ahead and spray the sway bar link - where it connects to the sway bar - threads so we can remove the nut. Over time you're going to build up with rust, dust, dirt and debris, and by spraying with a spray lubricant, you make it easier to remove them. Once we take the nut off, we can then go ahead and take off the metal washer, and the rubber bushing.
Roadmaster Reflex Steering Stabilizer Installation - 2006 Ford F-450
Today on a 2006 Ford E450 with an RV chassis, we're going to review and install the road master reflex steering stabilizer with mounting bracket for class C motor home. Part number R-M dash R-B-K-1-1 dash R-S-S-C. Now here's what the reflex steering stabilizer will look like once it's installed. The steering stabilizer is designed to help resist the side to side motion if you run across a pot hole or an uneven portion of the road. It'll also assist in returning the steering wheel back to the center after sharp or wide turns. Alright, now let's go and show you how to install it. Now to begin our install, we need to remove the older manufacture's steering stabilizer. Start our removal, we're going to remove the two U-bolts that secure it here to the drag lane. Next, we need to remove the three fasteners that secure the bracket to the frame.
Roadmaster Front Anti-Sway Bar Installation - 2006 Ford E-450
Today on our 2006 Ford E450 Super Duty, we're going to review and install the Roadmaster Front Anti-Sway Bar for Motor Homes, part number RN-1139-115. As we go down the road, it'll reduce the body roll, tire wear and driver fatigue. Now, with the old or manufacturer's sway bar link installed, we had a lot of sway when we cornered going down our slalom course. With our new Roadmaster sway bar link installed, we've taken a lot of that body roll out and sway from the top-heavy of our motor home body. As the body rolls, the sway bar will push down to compensate and try and keep the frame and body together as they corner. With the manufacturer's sway bar when we went over the uneven bumps we got a lot of body roll because of the jostle and impact to the vehicle.
Roadmaster Anti-Sway Bars RM-1139-143 Review
Today, we're going to review part number RM-1139-143. This is the Roadmaster Rear Anti-Sway Bar Kit for Class A Motor Homes. This is a custom-fit part number. It is designed to fit the 1988 to current Ford F-53 chassis Class A motor home with either a V8 or a V10. Now, this part includes everything shown here on the table, all the brackets, hardware, and instructions. Now, this kit will minimize the side to side movements of your RV to improve overall stability of the vehicle, lets you execute turns, quick maneuvers with confidence, allows for a level ride even on irregular surfaces, and will even reduce driver fatigue because it will minimize the effort that's required to keep your RV in line, and also diminish the effects of crosswinds, passing motors, and even shifting cargo. Now, this part is designed to fit your vehicle on working conjunction with its suspension system.
Roadmaster Reflex Steering Stabilizer Installation - 1998 Freightliner Motorhome
Today on our 1998 Freightliner Chassis Motorhome we're going to be installing the Roadmaster Reflex Steering Stabilizer with mounting brackets for a Class A motor home, part number RM-RBK14-RSSA. Here is what our reflex steering stabilizer looks like installed on our motor home. Now, we're going to go ahead and show you what it looks like without the steering stabilizer installed on the motorhome and how the motorhome reacts. You'll notice when you go around a corner you'll have to turn the steering wheel back to center and you also have a lot more play in the steering wheel causing you to work harder on those long drives; especially with a stiff crosswind. Now that we've got our reflex stabilizer installed we're going to go ahead and show you what it looks like now. You notice how when you go around a corner the steering wheel helps recenter itself instead of you always having to do it, but also it's much tighter in the steering wheel meaning you are not working hard on those long drives so you can drive longer and be less fatigued. It also helps out with that stiff cross breeze. It helps keep the motorhome in between the lane. Now, let's go ahead and show you how to install it.
Roadmaster Rear Anti-Sway Bar Installation - 2013 Chevrolet Express Van
Today on this 2013 Chevrolet Express Van we're going to install part number RM-1109-175. To make things a little easier we went ahead and lifted up the van by the frame. To make things easier to see and do we've already went ahead and lifted the van by the frame. You could do this on the ground but you would have to lift up the axle and remove your tires to do this. Now first up to go ahead and enlarge these holes on the shock bracket on the axle up to a half an inch. At this point we're almost ready to install a sway bar. This bracket or this reinforcement gets installed right here.
Roadmaster Rear Anti-Sway Bar Installation - 2006 Freightliner Motorhome
Today on this 2006 Freightliner motor home based off the Sprinter van chasse 3500 were going to install part number R-1209-118. Basically what this is is a sway bar replacement for the stock sway bar. Were going to start off by lifting our vehicle up so we can get better access to the sway bar. Next were going to go ahead and remove the original sway bar. Well undo the bolts on the vey ends first. Then well go ahead and loosen up and remove the bolts that go to the axle.
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