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Old 01-11-2014, 12:37 PM   #1
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I'd like some feedback from people who have used the Roadmaster Reflex Steering Stabilizer before I shell out $400. Does it restrict your turn radius or make it harder to turn in tight situations? Is it hard to install? I have a 2007 Holiday Rambler Endeavor. Also, will I still need anti-sway bars if I install this, knowing that they basically do separate functions in a sense. Thanks in advance for any input!
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Old 01-12-2014, 09:54 AM   #2
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I'd like some feedback from people who have used the Roadmaster Reflex Steering Stabilizer before I shell out $400. Does it restrict your turn radius or make it harder to turn in tight situations? Is it hard to install? I have a 2007 Holiday Rambler Endeavor. Also, will I still need anti-sway bars if I install this, knowing that they basically do separate functions in a sense. Thanks in advance for any input!
Install was less than 45 minutes, very easy. It does not make turning any harder, at least I did not notice it being harder to turn and it does not have anything to do with the turning radius.
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Are you happy with your purchase and has it made a big difference on your motorhome's tracking?
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I'm happy with the way the stabilizer works. It does help with the tracking issue.
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I'd like some feedback from people who have used the Roadmaster Reflex Steering Stabilizer before I shell out $400. Does it restrict your turn radius or make it harder to turn in tight situations? Is it hard to install? I have a 2007 Holiday Rambler Endeavor. Also, will I still need anti-sway bars if I install this, knowing that they basically do separate functions in a sense. Thanks in advance for any input!

The install is basic. Turning radius no difference and not harder to turn. My reason for the purchase was more for safety incase of a blowout. It did help the handling on uneven roads. The anti-sway bars I would recommend as ours already had them on when purchased. The biggest noticeable add on for handling was the rear track-bar. That can be a DIY for under $100 and well worth the time and money.
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