If you use the Roadmaster, make sure to torque the bracket that connects to the tie rod. They are prone to slippage. Also a good idea to spray paint (mark location) of tie rod bracket after you get it adjusted. If it slips you will be able to see where it should be located for proper center.
Old units had a set screw on the frame end that was covered with a Roadmaster sticker. This set screw would come loose and allow the stabilizer to "unscrew".
I had these issues, but once resolved the stabilizer was a good upgrade for me. It eliminated the "sawing" motion of the steering wheel needed to keep the coach centered going down the road.
1998 Min Winnie, 2000 Winbago Journey, 2015 ACE 29.3
2016 Thor Miramar 34.2