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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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  • Rear Sway Bar Recommendation for a 2002 B250 Van RV
  • Yes, we offer a rear sway bar that is confirmed to fit your 2002 Dodge B250 Van. You would want the Roadmaster Sway Bar part # RM-1129-111. I confirmed with Roadmaster that this would be the correct kit for you.
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  • Anti-Sway Bar and Steering Stabilizer for a 2012 Freightliner M2
  • We have different sway bar options depending on how your 2012 Freightlinter M2 is equipped. The sway bars for this vehicle will fit 2 different Class A motor home models and 3 different EV Type 1 vehicles (emergency vehicles). Starting with Class A models, if it has a 10,000 pound rear axle use # RM-1209-126. For an 8,000 pound rear axle you would use # RM-1209-116 but neither will fit if the vehicle has the auxiliary cooling package. If the vehicle is an EV Type 1 with airliner air...
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  • Amount of Travel for Blue Ox TruCenter Steering Stabilizer for Motor Homes # TC35270-6100
  • According to my technical contact at Blue Ox the maximum travel for their TruCenter Steering Stabilizer for Motor Homes # TC35270-6100 is 7-inches. Do please note that this particular stabilizer is not a fit for your 2012 Freightliner XC Series. The part fits Gillig motorhomes. For your 2012 Freightliner XC Series you can use either # TC35270-6011 (if it has airbags and a 1-1/2 inch or 1-3/4 inch tie rod) or part # TC35270-6900 (if it is a diesel puller with leaf springs, straight axle,...
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  • Rear Anti-Sway Bar Recommendation for a 2001 Pleasure-Way Lexor MP4
  • The Roadmaster Rear Anti-Sway Bar # RM-1129-111 that you referenced has been confirmed to fit the 2000 Dodge 3500 Van and Cut-Away van chassis that your 2001 Pleasure Way Lexor MP4 was designed on so I can recommend it for you. The diameter of this sway bar is 1-3/8 inches which would work great for you. Going with too thick of a sway bar will cause a very harsh ride and will reduce turning radius. We are in Wentzville so if you wanted to come on by that would be more than feasible....
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  • Rear Sway Bar Recommendation for a 2006 Ford F53 V10 33 ft
  • You are correct, the only real difference between # 1139-144 and the # RM-1139-143 is the diameter of the sway bar included. Both of these kits have the same fits so either would work on your 2006 Ford F53 V10 that measures 33 feet. Roadmaster recommends the # 1139-144 for RVs over 34 feet and # RM-1139-143 for RVs shorter than 34 feet. Since yours is so close you could go either way. It is possible to use too thick of a sway bar. This will increase the harshness of the ride quality....
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  • Rear Anti-Sway Bar Recommendation for a 2006 V10 Ford F-53 Chassis RV
  • The part # 1139-144 is for RVs that are 34 feet and over. Since your RV is 34 feet you would instead want the part # RM-1139-143. To determine if you will need the u-bolt kit # RM-590050-00 you will need to check out the current u-bolts your rear suspension is using. Basically if the u-bolt has enough threads above the nut to accommodate an additional 1/2 inch thick plate being attached to it you would not need the kit. If there's not enough threads on the u-bolt to accommodate an additional...
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  • Diameter of the Rear Sway Bar by Roadmaster part # 1139-144
  • The Roadmaster Rear Anti-Sway Bar # 1139-144 that you referenced is a 1-3/4 inch thick anti-sway bar. I confirmed this with Roadmaster. To determine if you will need the u-bolt kit # RM-590050-00 you will need to check out the current u-bolts your rear suspension is using. Basically if the u-bolt has enough threads above the nut to accommodate an additional 1/2 inch thick plate being attached to it you would not need the kit. If there's not enough threads on the u-bolt to accommodate...
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  • Sway Control Recommendation for a 2012 Ford F150 4WD
  • With as light of a trailer as you have I would be surprised if sway became an issue for you. The best defense against sway is proper trailer loading though. If you can load as much weight of your trailer as far forward as possible the likelihood of sway occurring will be even less. If you did want to run a friction sway control system you would first want the sway control adapter part # RP26003. Then for a sway control unit you would want the # 83660.
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  • Recommended Steering Stabilizer For Freightliner XC Series Class A Motorhome
  • The steering stabilizer we offer for your Freightliner XC series Class A Motorhome is part # TC35270. If your motorhome has leaf springs, and a straight axle with 1 1/4 inch or 1 1/2 inch tie rod, the steering stabilizer with mounting brackets we offer is part # TC35270-6900. If your motorhome has airbags and a 1 1/2 inch or 1 3/4 inch tie rod, the correct kit is part # TC35270-6011. The instructions for both kits are linked you can check out. We do not have a Roadmaster...
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  • Do Anti-Sway Bars for a 2014 Ford F-53 Chassis Replace the Factory Sway Bars
  • For the 2014 Ford F-53 chassis the anti-sway bar # RM-1139-149 does not replace a factory sway bar. Anti-sway bar # RM-1139-148 and # RM-1139-140 are the only two that are replacements.
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  • Is Roadmaster Rear Anti-Sway Bar Still Available For Ford E-350 Van
  • The Roadmaster Rear Anti-Sway Bar, part # 1139-178 is still an active part and available from us. This 1-1/2 inch diameter sway bar is designed to fit Ford E-350 vans and includes the hardware needed for installation. This anti-sway bar will help prevent roll and help balance the weight when cornering your van.
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  • Rear Ant-Sway Bar for Mercedes-Benz Sprinter
  • If your Sprinter is a 2007-2015, 3500 model, the # RM-1209-131 you referred to is an auxiliary sway bar that would be used along with your existing sway bar. If you have a different model year Sprinter, please let me know. You can see the installation instructions by clicking the provided link.
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  • End Link Kit For Installing Roadmaster # RM-1139-173 Anti-Sway Bar on 2015 Ford F-350
  • I have confirmed with my contact in the Tech. Services department at Roadmaster that you will need the # RM-590170-00 end link kit. You can order the kit and see current pricing by clicking the provided link.
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  • Improving Stability and Ride Quality on a 2012 Thor Challenger Class A Motor Home
  • Your 2012 Thor Challenger Class A motor home should be built on the Ford F-53 chassis. We have stability products that will fit and greatly improve the ride and drivability of the vehicle. First, for a steering stabilizer that will help keep the vehicle from wandering due to imperfections in the road and crosswinds you can use # TC35160-5807 for a V8 version or if it is a V10 motor, # TC35160-5807 or # RM-RBK9-RSSA. For rear anti-sway bars you can use # RM-1139-143 for a V8 or V10...
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  • Recommended Rear Anti-Sway Bar For 2013 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Motorhome
  • We do offer rear anti-sway bars for your 2013 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter. If you have a 2500 the rear anti-sway I recommend is part # RM-1209-128. Using this bar helps reduce the effects of crosswinds and shifting cargo or passing vehicles. It attaches to the rear axle and chassis and includes the mounting hardware. If your motorhome is a 3500, the rear anti-sway bar you would need is part # RM-1209-120. I have attached a photo that shows how the anti-sway bar is normally attached...
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  • Rear Axle Anti-Sway Bar for 1999 Dodge Ram 3500 Extended Cab Dually
  • The Roadmaster Rear Axle Anti-Sway Bar # RM-1129-122 that you referenced is a correct fit for the 1999 Dodge Ram 3500 extended cab 4-wheel-drive dually. I verified the fit of this kit on your truck with my technical contact at Roadmaster. This will not fit 2WD versions. This anti-sway bar installs without drilling since it replaces the factory sway bar.
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  • Roadmaster Reflex Steering Stabilizer Recommendation for a 2014 Tiffin Allegro 36LA
  • For your 2014 Tiffin Allegro 36LA that has a Ford F-53 Chassis with a V10 engine you would want the part # RM-RBK9-RSSA for a steering stabilizer by Roadmaster.
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  • Steering Stabilizer Recommendation for a 2003 Pace Arrow Model 35G
  • Yes, the Roadmaster Reflex Steering Stabilizer part # RM-RBK13-RSSA that you referenced has been designed to fit the Workhorse W-22 chassis you have on your 2003 Pace Arrow so it would work well for you.
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  • Will Anti-Sway Bar Work On 2014 Dodge Ram 3500 4X4 Pick-Up
  • The Roadmaster Anti-Sway Bars we offer for a 2014 Dodge Ram 3500 like part # RM-1129-130, are designed to only work with Dually pick-ups. If you have a Dually this will attach to the rear axle of your truck and help reduce body roll and balance weight transfer. The bar diameter for this anti-sway system is 1-3/8 inches. This is made in the USA and has a 1 year warranty.
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  • Recommended Sway Bar for 2014 Dodge Ram 3500
  • For your 2014 Dodge Ram 3500 the correct anti-sway bar is the Roadmaster Anti-Sway Bar # RM-1129-130, that you referenced, as long as your Ram 3500 is a dually. This anti-sway bar will improve handing and reduce sway, especially on rough secondary roads. It is made of cadmium-plated 4140 chromoly, a chromium and molybdenum steel alloy. This type of steel is considerably harder and stronger than the standard 1020 steel typically used in anti-sway applications. In addition, the larger...
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