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Old 08-03-2021, 04:45 PM   #1
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Rear Swaybar really works

My wife and I are on an extended vacation through the Midwest. Our 2018 Baystar always rocked when going over uneven surfaces and was sometimes heavily affected by the strong winds on the plains. As a race driver I have always been aware of rear sway bars. I went underneath the rig and found my coach has one. There were two positions for the sway bar and a friend and I adjusted the rear sway bar to its stiffer position. The change is remarkable. The wind can be felt but no longer moves us, I can take off over a crowned road with little rocking.
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Sounds like you did the "CHF" (Cheap Handling Fix) modification. There is a HUGE thread that talks all about this simple mod.
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And, you should do the front anti-sway bar CHF as well.
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