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Roadmaster Rear Anti-Sway Bar Installation - 2000 Four Winds International on a 5000 Motorhome- Video

Roadmaster Rear Anti-Sway Bar Installation - 2000 Four Winds International on a 5000 Motorhome

Speaker 1: Today on this 2000 Four Winds 5000 Motor Home, we'll be having a look at and showing you how to install the Road Master Rear Anti-sway Bar and axle Bracket kit, part number RM-1109-175-00 in conjunction with the Road Master Axle Mounting Bracket kit for Chevrolet Express Van chassis, part number RM-590061-00.Here's what our sway bar looks like installed. Now there are many reasons you're going to want an after market sway bar on your motor home. Now, one is if your vehicle doesn't already have a sway bar in the back of it, such as this one. This is going to greatly reduce the amount of side to side sway in the back.So as we're driving down the road, by having our sway bar in place, if a Semi we're to pass us, we won't be steering, trying to keep our vehicle to go straight. This will allow us to keep the steering wheel more centered as we're driving in a straight line. Also, when we're going around the corners, we won't be having to counter steer quite as much when we're leaving the corners because we're not having the body roll that we're used to having without having the sway bar in place.So for example, if we're turning left, we'll have more weight transfer to our right side, and that'll cause the right end to dip down, and the left side to pick up. more


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5/8/2018 4:38:13 PM



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