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Old 07-31-2016, 02:28 PM   #1
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rear anti sway bars for rear engine Class A

I am new to Pusher RV's
Bought a 2013 Breeze 32, Are rear and front anti sway bars available.
Coach already has a front Steer Safe installed.
Does anyone have advice for me on this matter. The coach has significant sway to wind and passing trucks.
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I am new to Pusher RV's
Bought a 2013 Breeze 32, Are rear and front anti sway bars available.
Coach already has a front Steer Safe installed.
Does anyone have advice for me on this matter. The coach has significant sway to wind and passing trucks.
I am assuming that your coach is a Tiffin Breeze 32 with a GVW of 26000 lbs It would help if you stated what Chassis that you have also if air suspension. It should already have sway bars on it. You can always get 3rd party ones. A motor home of that weight should not have that much sway. is the suspension Air Bags. Perhaps you don't have them aired up correctly. A track bar will help. Proper tire pressure. There are many things that can cause excessive sway. Front end alignment, Shocks, Tire pressure, just to name a few.
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