On our new to us 2004 Fleetwood Bounder 35B I have a Question on factory installed rear swat bar.
While having rear brakes replaced I asked our mechanic his thoughts on adding a rear sway bar. He told me we already have one and he showed me a square bar connected to each side of the frame. He said it was a factory installed sway bar.
Was this an add on option or standard on Fleetwood Workhorse Chassis?
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Workhorse did it a little differently. That square bar is attached to both leaf springs, not the frame. You'll find the same type of sway bar attached to the front springs also. They are both very effective.