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Old 03-09-2008, 10:52 AM   #1
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Now I'm really confused. I recently had an IPD sway bar installed on the front of my 1998 P-30 including new rear bushings. It drives so much better it's almost fun after 8 hours.
Now folks on this forum are talking about Super steer devices that attach to the rear springs to prevent side to side movement.
Are we talking about two different devices that solve the same problems or two different issues all together?

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Now I'm really confused. I recently had an IPD sway bar installed on the front of my 1998 P-30 including new rear bushings. It drives so much better it's almost fun after 8 hours.
Now folks on this forum are talking about Super steer devices that attach to the rear springs to prevent side to side movement.
Are we talking about two different devices that solve the same problems or two different issues all together?

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Old 03-09-2008, 06:28 PM   #3
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Rick Knee:
Now I'm really confused. I recently had an IPD sway bar installed on the front of my 1998 P-30 including new rear bushings. It drives so much better it's almost fun after 8 hours.
Now folks on this forum are talking about Super steer devices that attach to the rear springs to prevent side to side movement.
Are we talking about two different devices that solve the same problems or two different issues all together?

Rick </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

Rick,

The sway bar helps control leaning and swaying side to side keeping the coach more parallel to the roads surface while the Super Steer (Tracking Bars) help keep the body from shifting over the axels so the axels stay in thrust alignment and your coach keeps on going down the road where you are pointing it.
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