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Old 12-21-2005, 07:03 PM   #15
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Replace the rubber bushings with polyurethane bushings.
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I agree, replace the rear stabilizer bushings w/ polyurethane ones. And while you're under there, look at any bushings in your leaf spring eyes.
Keep in mind you have a 35 foot coach; -they don't handle like a Corvette... Suggest you have a friend drive your coach after the bushings are replaced and get their opinion if they think it sways a lot.

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Thanks guys, I tried NAPA and Advanced Auto Parts today and struck out. I will go to a Ford Dealer tomorrow. Hope they have polyurethane.
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The part number you need is 139-125 available from IPD/Roadmaster,ask for Glenn Lett he will get you set up with what you need.
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