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Old 05-11-2021, 01:42 PM   #1
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Stablizer bar

Recommendations for front stablizer for 2007 class A Coachman?
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That would depend on what chassis you have.
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I would also ask to be a bit more specific about what you mean by a "stabilizer". Is that an anti-roll bar on the chassis suspension, a "steering stabilizer" such as a Safe-T-Plus, or a jack that helps support (stabilize) the coach when parked. Any of those things might be termed a stabilizer in casual conversation.
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Steering stablizer is what I need.

It's a W-22 series
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I'd recommend a track bar (panhard rod) instead. In my opinion it will have a more positive effect on steering and handling than any steer stabilizer.


I think a 2007 Workhorse W22 already has a factory steer stabilizer. Are you looking for a replacement part of an upgraded component?
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Steering stablizer is what I need.

It's a W-22 series
On my previous 2004 Mountain Aire on a workhorse W-22, I added an Ultra-Trac rear track bar, which all but totally eliminated the sway and rear movement from trucks, wind etc.

Also installed a Saf-T-Plus front steering stabilizer, which made a huge difference in steering, and eliminated "wander" of the front end due to constant driver correction!

These two things make a huge difference in a W-22 chassis!

One other recommendation, KONI shocks will improve ride, reduce lean, and help with overall handling!

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