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Improve the handling and stability of your motorhome or vehicle with a custom-fit steering stabilizer or anti-sway bar. We offer quality stabilizers by Roadmaster and Blue Ox that prevent oversteer, deliver smoother tracking, and reduce the effects of crosswinds, resulting in less driver fatigue and a more comfortable, enjoyable experience for both the driver and passengers.

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Roadmaster Reflex Steering Stabilizer Installation - 2019 Ford F-53

Today on our 2019 Ford F-53, we're going to take a look at and show you how to install the Roadmaster Reflex Steering Stabilizer with mounting brackets for class A motor homes. Part number is RM-RBK22-RSSA. Now the Roadmaster Reflex Steering Stabilizer is an upgrade that can be made to your RV extremely easily. It's very easy to get it installed and it's something that you're going to notice an immediate difference from.This is going to improve the handling characteristics of your RV so much to a point to where when you get to your destination, you're not going to be worn out from all the driver input that you have to have keeping everything in line. It's designed to help keep everything tracking straight in line and it helps to combat a lot of the issues that we tend to run into whether it's windy, when we have a crosswind, as your RV moves side to side, it wants to change the direction it's heading.That also comes in handy with passing vehicles. We also encounter certain situations on the road surface that wants to turn our RV just a little bit, whether it's the grooves in the concrete, we get over on the edge of a surface where it's uneven, our tire's going to want to follow that.


Roadmaster Reflex Steering Stabilizer Installation - 2019 Thor Windsport Motorhome

Today, on our 2019 Thor Windsport, we're going to take a look at and show you how to install the Roadmaster Reflex Steering Stabilizer with Mounting Brackets for Class A Motor Homes. Part number is RM-RBK22-RSSA. Now, the Roadmaster Reflex Steering Stabilizer is an upgrade that can be made to your RV extremely easily. It's very easy to get it installed, and it's something that you're going to notice an immediate difference from.This is going to improve the handling characteristics of your RV so much to a point to where when you get to your destination, you're not going to be worn out from all the driver input that you have to have keeping everything in line. It's designed to help keep everything tracking straight in line, and it helps to combat a lot of the issues that we tend to run into. Whether it's windy, when we have a cross-wind, as your RV moves side to side, it wants to kinda change the direction it's heading.


Roadmaster Front Anti-Sway Bar Installation - 2008 Forest River Berkshire Motorhome

Today on our 2008 Forest River Berkshire motor home, we're going to be installing Roadmaster's Front Anti-Sway Bar, Part number RM-1209-136. This anti-sway bar is going to be an upgrade over your original sway bar. It replaces and installs in the same location as your original but it's a much beefier heavy duty sway bar that's going to help minimize sway.It achieves this extra rigidity over your factory sway bar by being made of 4140 chrome molly steel. The diameter of the bar is also thicker than what your factory sway bar is. So what that means for you, is with this new sway bar it's going to decrease driver fatigue, 'cause you're not going to have to be fighting those high winds pulling against the side of your vehicle to keep it straight. It's also going to increase safety going down the road so you can make turns with confidence.


Installation of a Roadmaster Rear Anti Sway Bar on a 2018 Thor Ace Motorhome Rm 1139 146

Today on our 2018 Thor Ace Motor-home, we're gonna be taking a look at and showing you how to install the Road Master Rear Anti-Sway Bar, Part Number RM-1139-146.Having a motor-home can be a very nice thing, but one thing that no one really talks about is how difficult they can be to drive, and how much swaying they get, and kind of that body roll. Especially when driving on the highway, a big crosswind comes by and starts pushing us around. Let's face it, there's a lot of area for that wind to catch, that's where our Road Master Rear Anti-Sway Bar is gonna come into play. It's gonna reduce the amount that we're gonna have to fight the steering wheel back and forth, which in then turn we can relax a little bit, and have more confidence when we're driving down the road.So, here's what our sway bar looks like once we have it installed. The sway bar itself is going to be an inch and a half in diameter, so it isn't a rather large bar, and it's going to be made out of 41/41 chromoly, so it is gonna be very rigid and stiff. Since our new Road Master sway bar is not going to replace our factory sway bar, it's going to help support it.


Roadmaster Front Anti-Sway Bar Installation - 2018 Ford F-53

Today on our 2018 Ford F-53 Chassis Motorhome, we're going to be taking a look at and showing you how to install the Roadmaster Front Anti-Sway Bar, part number RM-1139-140. Having a motorhome can be great, but one thing that nobody really seems to talk about is how difficult it can be to drive sometimes. Because let's face it, we have a large area for wind to catch that can start pushing us around when we're driving down the road, which can be a little spooky for some people, and not that enjoyable.What our Roadmaster Anti Sway for side to side movement, what a good set of shocks would do for the up and down. It's going to take a lot of that pressure off, and we're not going to have so much wind, feeling like it's pushing us around, which means we can relax more and not fight that steering wheel. So here, you can see the difference between our factory sway bar and our new Roadmaster. Our factory one is going to be an inch and a half in diameter, whereas our Roadmaster is going to be an inch and three quarters in diameter.


Roadmaster Front Anti-Sway Bar Installation - 2018 Thor ACE Motorhome

Today on our 2018 Thor Ace Motor Home, we're gonna be taking a look at and showing you how to install the Road Master Front Anti-Sway Bar, part number RM-1139-140. Having a motor home can be great, but one thing that nobody seems to talk about is how difficult they can be to drive sometimes. Because let's face it, we have a large area for wind to catch, they can start pushing us around when we're driving down the road. Which can be a little spooky for some people, and not that enjoyable. For our Road Master Anti-Sway Bar, it's gonna do for side-to-side movement what a good set of shocks would do for the up and down. It's gonna take a lot of that pressure off and we're not gonna have so much wind feeling like it's pushing us around, which means we can relax more and not fight that steering wheel.So here you can see the difference between our factory sway bar and our new Road Master.


Roadmaster Rear Anti-Sway Bar Installation - 2018 Ford F-53

Today on our 2018 Ford F53 chassis motorhome, we're going to be taking a look at, and showing you how to install the Roadmaster rear anti-sway bar, part number RM-1139-146.Having a motor home can be very nice thing. But one thing that nobody really talks about is how difficult they can be to drive, and how much swing they get, and kinda that body roll. Especially when we're driving down the highway, a big crosswind comes by, and it starts pushing us around. Because let's face it, there's a lot of area for that wind to catch.That's where our Roadmaster anti-sway bar's going to come into play. It's going to reduce the amount that we're going to have to fight the steering wheel back and forth, which in then turn we can relax a little bit, have more confidence when we're driving down the road.So here's what our sway bar looks like once we have it installed. The sway bar itself is going to be an inch and a half in diameter.




Anti-Sway Bars Questions and Answers

  • 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. For the front the correct replacement anti-sway bar is # RM-1139-176. Also...
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  • Improving Steering on a 2018 Jayco Redhawk Class C on a Ford E-450 Chassis
  • From my research your 2018 Jayco Redhawk 31XL is a Class C motorhome built on a Ford E-450 chassis with a V10 engine. To improve the steering on your Jayco you'll gain the most improvement from the rear Rear Anti-Sway Bar # RM-1139-147. That would be followed by the Front Anti-Sway # RM-1139-176 and then the Steering Stabilizer # RM-RBK24-RSSC.
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  • Recommended Anti-Sway Bars for E-450 Chassis on 2018 Thor Vegas
  • For your 2018 Thor Vegas 25.2 on Ford E-450 chassis, the Roadmaster Rear Anti-Sway Bar for Motor Homes # RM-1139-147 and the # RM-1139-176 for the Front Anti-Sway Bar. These are the confirmed fits for the E-450 chassis with either a V8 or V10 engine and will help to stabilize your vehicle and offer you a more comfortable ride. You may also be interested in the Roadmaster Reflex Steering Stabilizer with Mounting Brackets for Class C Motor Homes # RM-RBK24-RSSC. This will help you stay...
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  • Improving the Ride Quality of an RV Built on a 2005 Workhorse W22 Chassis
  • Yes! Probably the single best addition you can make to provide better handling in your RV would be to install a rear anti-sway bar. Helper springs treat the symptom but not the cause like an anti-sway bar would. There are 2 rear sway bar options for your 2005 Workhorse W22: # RM-1259-108 and # RM-1259-109 (for applications 33 feet or longer). Additional products for even more stability include axle stabilizers: # RM-TRACW-22 or # TT2304 for the front and # TT2601 for the rear. And...
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  • How to Reduce Jolting Feeling in Steering and Rough Ride on a 1998 Fleetwood Pace Arrow Motorhome
  • In order to reduce the jolting feeling in your steering you are going to want to add a steering stabilizer like the Roadmaster Reflex Steering Stabilizer part # RM-RSSA. The Reflex Steering Stabilizer contains a tempered steel spring that will work to return the steering wheel back to its normal state while turning therefore reducing the jolting feeling. The only issue that you are going to have is that they do not make a bracket kit specifically for the V10 model, just the V8 model. However,...
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  • How to Improve Handling on 2018 Jayco Redhawk 25R Built on Ford E-450 Chassis
  • Hello! We can help you improve the highway handling on your 2018 Jayco Redhawk 25R with a few parts that will give you a more pleasant driving experience with your 2018 Jayco Redhawk 25R that was built on a Ford E-450 chassis and has a V10 engine. I recommend using Roadmaster Reflex Steering Stabilizer # RM-RBK24-RSSC which will help you control your Redhawk when encountering those windy conditions you referenced by working to keep your steering centered. I also recommend using Roadmaster...
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  • Steering Stabilizer Recommendation for a 2015 Ford F53 Chassis with V10 Engine
  • The steering stabilizer recommended for your 2015 Ford F53 V10 chassis is Roadmaster's Reflex # RM-RBK22-RSSA. This complete kit includes the stabilizer itself, custom mounting brackets and all required installation hardware.
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  • Recommendations to Prevent Sway on 2006 Jayco Seneca Motorhome
  • One way to fix sway problems on a motor home is to brace the rear axle, to eliminate excessive axle side movement. The Roadmaster, # RM-1109-157, and similar products, mount between the rear axle and the chassis and hold the axle in place. This will greatly reduce rear end sway. Part # RM-1109-157is the correct part for the 2006 Chevrolet Kodiak. Adding a front sway bar is also an option. For a front bar, you can use # RM-1109-158. You could also install a steering stabilizer, # RM-RBK5-RSSA....
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  • Rear Sway Bar Recommendation for 2018 Winnebago Vista
  • I looked up the GVWR of the 2018 Winnebago Vista and it looks to be between 16k and 18k which means that for a rear sway bar you would want the # RM-1139-145. For the F-53 chassis like what your RV has this will make the biggest ride quality improvement. I attached an install video for this for you to check out as well.
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  • Needing Sway Control on a 2017 Thor Axis Class A on an Ford E-450 Chassis
  • For your 2017 Thor Axis Class A Motorhome, I recommend adding front and rear anti-sway bars to help control your coach. The Roadmaster Front Anti-Sway Bar, # RM-1139-176, and Rear Anti-Sway Bar, # RM-1139-147, will help reduce sway to improve overall drivability of the Ford E-Cutaway chassis. Adding the upgraded sway control bars will improve steering, allow for a more level ride over irregular surfaces, and will help reduce driver fatigue. These bars upgrade the old steel 1 inch...
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  • Steering Stabilizer Recommendation for 2006 Fleetwood Bounder Motorhome
  • Your 2006 Fleetwood Bounder is built on a Workhorse W Series chassis so for a steering stabilizer you would want the part # RM-RBK13-RSSA which is a confirmed fit and would work well.
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  • Roadmaster Anti-Sway And Stabilizing Systems For Workhorse W24 Chassis
  • For your 2010 Winnebago Adventurer 37F with 2009 Workhorse W24 Chassis, the Roadmaster Reflex Steering Stabilizer with Mounting Brackets for Class A Motor Homes # RM-RBK13-RSSA is a great choice and a confirmed fit. It keeps your motorhome in line by constantly working to maintain its position. It minimizes wander and corrects oversteering so the driver doesn't need to work as hard to steer so it reduces fatigue. The Roadmaster Front Anti-Sway Bar for Motor Homes # RM-1259-106 improves...
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  • Parts Recommended that Will Reduce Sway and Driver Fatigue in a 2010 Fleetwood Fiesta Motor Home
  • Adding front and rear sway bars are an option, though they might be more than you are willing to spend. For a front bar, you can use # RM-1259-105 or # RM-1259-106. For a rear bar, you can use # RM-1259-108. You could also install a steering stabilizer, # RM-RBK13-RSSA. It will work to keep the motor home centered so that the driver does not have o work as hard. I have included links to the instructions for part # RM-1259-106 and part # RM-1259-108 for you.
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  • Rear Anti-Sway Bar for a 2007 Winnebago Built on a Workhorse W24 Chassis
  • Roadmaster rear anti-sway bar # RM-1259-109 will fit your 2007 Workhorse W24 chassis. It is intended for models that are 33 feet or longer. Since yours is 36 feet long it fits that description. If you also want to upgrade the front of the RV you can use # RM-1259-105. Some other helpful items that will greatly improve ride quality and drivability include a steering stabilizer such as # RM-RBK13-RSSA, front axle stabilizer # TT2304 and rear axle stabilizer # RM-TRACW-22 (the rear one...
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  • How to Improve Ride Quality of RV Built on 2017 Ford E-450 Chassis
  • It's hard for the chassis manufacturers for the RVs to know how the vehicle is going to react when the motorhome is installed on them since they deliver the chassis without anything installed on them. So typically the final product has some ride issues. The Ford E450 and F53 have a reputation for this as well. The biggest ride improvement you'll make is with a bigger rear sway bar like the # RM-1139-147 which is a confirmed fit. A front sway bar makes the next biggest improvement like...
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  • Blue Ox Steering Stabilizer Recommendation for 2004 Fleetwood Bounder on Workhorse W Series Chassis
  • Your 2004 Fleetwood Bounder 32W is built on a Workhorse W Series chassis so for a Blue Ox steering stabilizer you would want the part # RM-RBK13-RSSA which is a confirmed fit and would work well.
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  • Steering Stabilizer for a 2007 Fleetwood Bounder
  • Your 2007 Fleetwood Bounder is built on a Workhorse W Series chassis so for a steering stabilizer you would want the part # RM-RBK13-RSSA which is a confirmed fit and would work well. The sturdy steel spring on this stabilizer keeps your vehicle in line by constantly working to maintain its position. Mount it between the steering mechanism and the chassis for a tight connection that will minimize wander and correct oversteering.
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  • Steering Stabilizer Recommendation for 2006 National Sea Breeze built on a Workhorse W22
  • I have a great solution for a steering stabilizer that fits your 2006 National Sea Breeze built on a Workhorse W22 chassis but we don't have a Blue Ox option instead you'd want the Roadmaster stabilizer part # RM-RBK13-RSSA which is confirmed as a fit and would do an excellent job.
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  • Rear Sway Bar Recommendation for 2017 Winnebago with Ford F-53 Chassis
  • We have rear sway bars that are a fit for your 2017 Ford F-53 chassis but you cannot use the front bar you have on the rear. If your RV is less than 34 feet long you would want the part # RM-1139-143 or if longer than that part # 1139-144. Typically a rear sway bar makes a larger impact in ride quality improvement than a front one does. We tend to recommend people start with a rear bar since it makes the biggest difference.
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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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