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Old 01-16-2019, 10:34 PM   #1
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38Q with Roadmaster rear sway bar

Who has a 38Q with a Roadmaster rear sway bar installed? Specifically part number 1139-149 the REAR facing bar behind the differential NOT the forward replacement bar. My problem is the exhaust passes where one of the end link bars should hang. How did you reposition exhaust to clear?
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I have a 2017 38Q and have same problem, you could get your exhaust pipes moved to the other side of the rear wheels, I did not like that option. The handling overall is pretty good, I got the Safe T Steer and that helps, I'm thinking about larger anti sway bars, the shop near me wants $2500. for the job for front & rear. I have 15,000 miles on it and it drives pretty good, so I'm just not sure yet if I should spend the money.
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