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Old 05-15-2014, 08:07 PM   #15
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Others can probably advise you better than me on brand quality, but on inspection of the track bar, the beefier it is the better. Long track arm, big bushings and a strong mounting system is what you are looking for. My MH with its Freightliner chassis has a front track bar the size of the fat end of a baseball bat.
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Others can probably advise you better than me on brand quality, but on inspection of the track bar, the beefier it is the better. Long track arm, big bushings and a strong mounting system is what you are looking for. My MH with its Freightliner chassis has a front track bar the size of the fat end of a baseball bat.
Larry, I have a P30 chassis under our winterbeg&go which has front and rear sway bars darn near what you describe. Is that normal or add on. Also under my front coil springs there is some sort of dual spring thingy connected to two bars that I think hook into the steering; what the heck are these and what are they for?
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Dennis, I'd have to do a little research. What brand is a P30? Now if you asked me how to make your Porsche handle better I could tell you in a heartbeat. I'm still learning about these beasts though.
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You have a lite RV, for the sail area you have. Watch your mirrors and be ready to steer into him.
There's no add-on's that are going to solve your problem. It's not that big an issue, once your used to it .
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I have to disagree with you somewhat on this. True, nothing will help his RV from getting blown around, but if the body movement is causing roll-steer then there are specific suspension mods you can do to limit that.
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