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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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Anti-Sway Bars Videos

Roadmaster Reflex Steering Stabilizer Installation - 2016 Winnebago Vista Motorhome

Speaker 1: Today on this 2016 Winnebago Vista, with an F53 chassis, we're going to review and install the Roadmaster Reflex Steering Stabilizer, part number RN-RBK9-RSSA.This is a Roadmaster Reflex Steering Stabilizer. This is a great component to add to your RV. Whose main function is to help the RV go in a straight line down the road.One of the main benefits of keeping your RV straight down the road is that it takes less input from the driver to keep it going in a straight line. Also, in emergency situations, you have a tire blow out in the front, it's going to pull to one side really fast and the steering stabilizer is going to automatically correct for that, and help keep the RV in a controlled manner, go straight down the road till you can control it and pull it off to the side.Sometimes in a crosswind, you're going to have to counteract that wind and you're going to be relying on the steering wheel a lot. This actually helps you to keep it a straight line and reduce the stress.This also works on roads with ruts on them. That way when you go over the ruts it helps to keep it in a straight line because sometimes those ruts in the road will make you want to steer to one side or the other.Now this device works on a very simple principle.


Roadmaster Front Anti-Sway Bar Installation - 2016 Winnebago Suncruiser

Speaker 1: Today on our 2016 Winnebago Suncruiser, We're going to be taking a look at and showing you how to install the Roadmaster front anti-sway bar, part number RM-1139-148. So before we install our new anti-sway bar, we're going to take our motor home on our slalom course and see how it handles.Right away I can definitely tell you I feel a lot of body roll and it just genuinely feels a little bit unstable. So here's what our Roadmaster anti-sway bar looks like once we have it installed. Now it's going to replace our factory anti-sway bar, but it's also going to be a nice upgrade over the factory one.Now although our motor home did have one on there before, if you notice a lot of body roll or sway in the front, this is going to be a great improvement over that. And it's going to allow us to have a lot more tire feeling and a lot more stability in the front end.Now the way it's going to do that, is it's going to brace between our axle and our frame here, and it's going to reduce the amount that it's going to allow side-to-side movement, just like our shocks are going to reduce the up and down movement.The bar itself is made of a chrome moly steel, so it's going to be extra durable and the power coat finish is going to resist rust and corrosion. Now are sway-bar is going to come with some polyurethane bushings, which is a big benefit over the rubber bushings because they're going to withstand a lot better over to the elements and oil, grease or any other things that normally are associated underneath a motor home.The bar itself is going to be 1 3/4 inch in diameter and compared to our factory bar, it's going to be slightly bigger, our factory bar only being 1 1/2 inches.


Roadmaster Front Anti-Sway Bar Installation - 2016 Ford F-53

Speaker 1: Today on our 2016 Ford 553 Chassis motor home, we're gonna be taking a look at and showing you how to install the Roadmaster front anti-sway bar, part number RM-1139-148.So before we install our new anti-sway bar, we're gonna take our motor home on our test course and see how it handles. Right away, I can definitely tell you I feel a lot of body roll, and it just generally feels a little bit unstable. So here's where our Roadmaster anti-sway bar looks like once we have it installed. It is gonna replace our factory anti-sway bar, but it's also gonna be a nice upgrade over the factory one. Now although our motor home did have one on there before, if you notice a lot of body roll or sway in the front, this is gonna be a great improvement over that and it's gonna allow us to have a lot more tighter feeling and more stability in the front end.The way it's gonna do that is it's gonna brace between our axle and our frame here, and it's gonna reduce the amount that it's gonna allow side-to-side movement, just like our shocks are gonna reduce the up-and-down movement. The bar itself is made out of a chrome alloy steel, so it's gonna be extra durable, and the powder coat finish is gonna resist rust and corrosion.


Roadmaster Rear Anti-Sway Bar Test Course

Speaker 1: Let's head out to the test course and we'll see it in action.Let's start without the sway bar installed. You can see we've made a straight yellow line on top of our axle and then a rounded mark on the back of our jounce bumper, that's going to give you a really good idea of the movement between the frame and our axle.Before our sway bar is installed, as we do our slalom or side to side movement, you'll see how that comes together and separates, comes together and separates.As we do our wider sweeping corners, you can see how we get a lot of lean from the RV. It just is kind of held there in that position.On the solid bump, you're not going to notice a big difference but there is a slight tighter feel as we go over them.On our alternating bumps, we should see a much bigger difference. As our wheel falls off of that bump, it's going to draw down the other side helping to keep everything level and keeping that sway to a minimum.


Roadmaster Rear Anti-Sway Bar Installation - 2017 Coachmen Pursuit Motorhome

Speaker 1: Today on our 2017 Coachman Pursuit on the Ford F-53 chassis we're going to take a look at and also show you how to install the Roadmaster rear anti-sway bar. Part number is RM-1139-146.Now here's what our sway bar's going to look like installed. Now the need for a sway bar comes from motor homes just like what we've got here. They have higher centers of gravity, so as we're traveling down the road we get a crosswind that wants to tip the top of our RV side to side. Uneven pavement, ruts in the road, there's several symptoms like you're passing semis that start that sway in your coach. With our upgraded sway bar in place, we get a connection point from our axle right here up to the frame.


Roadmaster Rear Anti-Sway Bar Installation - 2017 Ford F-53

Speaker 1: Today on our 2017 Coachman Pursuit on the Ford F-53 chassis we're going to take a look at and also show you how to install the Roadmaster rear anti-sway bar. Part number is RM-1139-146.Now here's what our sway bar's going to look like installed. Now the need for a sway bar comes from motor homes just like what we've got here. They have higher centers of gravity, so as we're traveling down the road we get a crosswind that wants to tip the top of our RV side to side. Uneven pavement, ruts in the road, there's several symptoms like you're passing semis that start that sway in your coach. With our upgraded sway bar in place, we get a connection point from our axle right here up to the frame.


Roadmaster Anti-Sway Bars RM-RBK12-RSSA Review

Speaker 1: Today we're going to take a look at the Roadmaster Reflex Steering Stabilizer with the custom mounting brackets for class A motor homes. Now, this is a custom fit part, it is designed to fit the 2006 to 2012 Workhorse W16 and W18 series vehicles. And on a custom fit part, I would also like to recommend for you to go to our website, use our fit guide, put in your year and model of vehicle and it'll show you if this will work for your application.Now, these parts will compensate for oversteering, returns your vehicle to center. The tempered steel spring right here works to return to its normal state, so when it's compressed, the spring will push back into the neutral position, and when it's extended, it pulls back. The stabilizer will attach to your steering mechanism on one end, to the chassis undercarriage on the other, and that tight connection between those components will keep your steering firm and controlled.It'll also help you maintain control of your vehicle in the event of any cross-winds, rut tracking, road edging, or even a tire blowout. It does also help reduce road fatigue, because the stabilizer will keep you centered so that you don't have to work as hard to steal.


Roadmaster Anti-Sway Bars RM-RBK20-RSSB Review

Speaker 1: Today we're gonna take a look at the RoadMaster Reflex Steering Stabilizer with the custom mounting brackets for trucks and SUVs. This is a custom fit part. It is designed to fit the 2003 to 2008 Dodge Ram 2500 and 3500 trucks. And on a custom fit part, I always like to recommend for you 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. Now this kit will compensate for over steering, returns your vehicle to center, uses this tempered steel spring here, works to return to its normal state.


Roadmaster Anti-Sway Bars RM-RSSP30 Review

Speaker 1: Today we're going to take a look at the Roadmaster Reflex Steering Stabilizer for motor homes. Now, this part will compensate for over-steering, returns your vehicle to center. It's a tempered steel spring, which will work to return to its normal state. Basically, when it's compressed, the spring pushed back into the neutral position, and when it's extended it pulls back.It will attach to the steering mechanism on one end, and to the chassis undercarriage on the other, and that tight connection between those components will keep your steering firm and controlled. This'll allow you to help maintain control of your vehicle in the event of any crosswinds, rut tracking, road edging, or even a tire blowout. It also helps reduce road fatigue, because this stabilizer will keep you centered so that you don't have to work as hard to steer your vehicle.Does install approximately one hour with no drilling or welding required, and we do sell the custom mounting brackets that are required for installation.


Articles about Anti-Sway Bars



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. Also for the rear you can add an axle stabilizer, # TT2450, for even more stability...
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  • Recommended Rear Sway Bar for a 2017 Thor ACE 29.3 on a Ford F-53 Chassis
  • In order to determine the correct rear sway bar for your 2017 Thor ACE 29.3 on a Ford F-53 chassis, you will need to take a look at the rear shock mounts. If the rear shock mounts have two holes and are parallel to the ground (see photo) then you will want to use part # RM-1139-145. If the rear shock mounts do not look like this then you are going to want to use part # RM-1139-146. I called my contact at Roadmaster to confirm this. I have attached an install video on each sway bar for...
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  • Steering Stabilizer Recommendation for a 2015 Ford F53 Chassis with V10 Engine
  • For a 2015 Ford F53 V10 chassis we recommend the sway bars and stabilizers shown on the linked page. The Blue Ox TruCenter Steering Stabilizer # TC35160 that you referenced is not among the confirmed fits. The steering stabilizer recommended for your 2015 Ford F53 V10 chassis is Roadmaster's Reflex # RM-RBK9-RSSA. This complete kit includes the stabilizer itself, custom mounting brackets and all required installation hardware.
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  • Front and Rear Sway Bars Needed for a 2012 Winnebago 37F on a 2011 Ford F-53 Chassis
  • You are correct in that you will want to be looking at fits for the 2011 Ford F-53 chassis as opposed to the 2012 year. For your Class A motorhome with a V10 you will want to use the Roadmaster Front Anti-Sway Bar # RM-1139-140 which is 1-3/4" in diameter, and the Roadmaster Rear Anti-Sway Bar # RM-1139-149 which is 1-5/8" in diameter. Since your motorhome is rated for 24,000 lbs the bar with the 1-5/8" diameter will work great. Please note that you will want to check to ensure there...
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  • What Steering Stabilizer Fits 2017 Forest River FR3 30DS With 18,000 GVWR?
  • The correct fit for your 2017 Forest River FR3 30DS, which has an 18,000 GVWR and is a Class A RV with a V10 engine would be the Roadmaster Reflex Steering Stabilizer with Mounting Brackets # RM-RBK9-RSSA. This steering stabilizer will work to keep you centered when veering occurs and installs without any type of drilling needed. It is highly reviewed by our customers who have used it as you can see on the reviews section of the product page. I've added links to some video reviews of...
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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 an 8,000 pound rear axle you would use # RM-1209-116 but it won't fit if the vehicle has the auxiliary cooling package. If the vehicle is an EV Type 1 with airliner air suspension with chains and 5 x 4 u-bolt pattern you...
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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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  • Steering Stabilizer Recommendation for 2017 Ford F-53
  • For your 2018 Hurricane 29M that has a GVWR of 18k the correct steering stabilizer is # RM-RBK9-RSSA. I confirmed this with Roadmaster. I attached an install video for this for you to check out as well.
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  • Aftermarket Anti-Sway Bar for 2018 Winnebago View 24D Class C Motorhome on Sprinter 3500 Chassis
  • For the 2018 Winnebago View 24D class C motorhome built on a 2017 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 3500 chassis we do have confirmed fits for aftermarket rear anti-sway bars. You can see both the Roadmaster and Blue Ox kits on the linked page. If your Sprinter chassis has both rear endlinks that measure 27-1/2 inches center to center and multi-leaf rear springs then you can use the Blue Ox kit # BXTH7254 for a no-drill replacement of your factory sway bar. For a supplemental sway bar that works...
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  • Steering Stabilizer and Sway Bar Recommendation for 2018 2018 Thor ACE 29.3
  • For a front stabilizer for your 2018 Thor ACE 29.3 you'd want the part # RM-RBK9-RSSA which is a confirmed fit. For a front sway bar you'd want the part # RM-1139-140. The biggest ride quality improvement you can make to your RV though will be a rear sway bar like the part # RM-1139-146 which is confirmed as a fit. Next biggest improvement is a front bar and then finally a stabilizer.
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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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  • Recommended Parts To improve Ride And Suspension On 2015 Winnebago Aspect 30J
  • We have the items you need to improve the ride and stability of your 2015 Winnebago Motorhome. We do not however, have any suspension enhancement that will increase the weight capacity of your motorhome. If you are having issues with sway due to high winds or large passing trucks I recommend the Roadmaster Front Anti-Sway Bar, part # RM-1139-176. If you have issues with uneven roads or have trouble with rut tracking and feeling like you are fighting with the steering I recommend...
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  • Which Steering Stabilizer Fits 2007 Chevy Kodiak 4500
  • For your 2007 Chevy Kodiak 4500 the correct steering stabilizer is the part # RM-RBK5-RSSA that you referenced.
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  • Anti-Sway Bar and Steering Stabilizer for 2014 Forest River Class C Motorhome on Ford E-450 Chassis
  • We classify your Ford E-450-based Forest River Forester Class C motorhome as a Van in our FitGuide. Suspension enhancement products for the 2014 chassis are shown on the linked page. Please note that some products are specific to the V8 or the V10 version while others will fit both. First priority is a rear anti-sway bar. You can use the Roadmaster kit # RM-1139-147 for the V8 or the V10. This replaces the light-duty anti-sway bar from the factory. Some drilling is required as noted...
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  • Steering Stabilizer for Class C Built on 2017 Ford E350 Chassis
  • If your 2018 Thor Class C is built on a 2017 model year Ford E-Series E350 Cutaway Chassis with V8 or V10 engine then you can use the Roadmaster Reflex Steering Stabilizer # RM-RBK24-RSSC. This and all other kits for the 2017 chassis are shown on the linked page. The RV will have both a Ford chassis VIN and a Thor VIN and the one for the chassis will let you confirm its model year. Often RVs are built on a prior year platform. At this time we do not have confirmed fit for the 2018...
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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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  • Steering Stabilizer Recommendations for 2017 Thor ACE on Ford F-53 Chassis
  • There are a few different versions of the 2017 Thor ACE built on a Ford F-53 chassis but we do have steering stabilizers that will work. If the GVWR of your RV is less than 26k the # RM-RBK9-RSSA will be what you need. If you have more than that you would need the part # RM-RBK22-RSSA instead.
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  • Front Sway Bar Recommendation for a 2011 Ford E450 Motorhome Chassis
  • You said you have a 2011 E450 motorhome that is a Class B. That we are aware of there are only Class C and Class EV Type 3 E450 chassis's. Which either way you can upgrade just the front sway bar and it would help you with the sway from the wind a great deal. Either model of 2011 Ford E450 requires the Roadmaster Front Sway Bar part # RM-1139-176 that you referenced. If you decide you want to go with a rear bar as well in the future you would want part # RM-1139-147.
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  • Anti-Sway Bar and Steering Stabilizer for 2012 Fleetwood Discovery 40X on Freightliner XC Chassis
  • The 2012 Fleetwood Discovery 40X motorhome is built on a Freightliner XC chassis and all suspension-related products for it are shown on the linked page. We offer both anti-sway bars and steering stabilizers. If the 40X has air suspension and a solid front axle then for a rear stabilizer use part # RM-1169-236. To get the most improvement also use a front anti-sway bar, part # RM-1209-136. First priority is the rear bar. For a steering stabilizer use Roadmaster Reflex Steering Stabilizer...
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  • Recommendation For Reducing Sway For Winnebago On Ford E450 Chassis
  • I certainly understand your point but unfortunately Winnebago warranty issues are handled by them so I encourage you to contact them about covering these items under warranty repair. To greatly improve your ride, I recommend the Roadmaster Rear Anti-Sway Bar, # RM-1139-147, which is a confirmed fit. If you want to improve the front then the Roadmaster Front Anti-Sway Bar, Item # RM-1139-176, is a great choice that fits. Finally, you can add a steering stabilizer like the Roadmaster...
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