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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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