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Old 05-19-2011, 10:20 AM   #1
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UltraTrac vs Roadmaster Sway Bar

I'm thinking about a sway bar. There is a great deal of difference in the cost of these two. Is it really worth while?
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Brazels in Wash. State seem to be the "Go To" people for trac bars, sway bars, and suspension issues. Heard good reports and I am considering starting with one of their rear trac bars for my F53, 30 foot MH.
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Brazels in Wash. State seem to be the "Go To" people for trac bars, sway bars, and suspension issues. Heard good reports and I am considering starting with one of their rear trac bars for my F53, 30 foot MH.

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I know. I used them for the Banks System and the Ultra Power. I'm only about 30 miles from their shop.
My question was the diffence between the two sway bars, not the installation.
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if you are out by enumclaw, The power shop does an excellent job, and will not oversell you.
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