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Old 05-31-2022, 01:34 PM   #15
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This past weekend my mobile rv mechanic placed the factory Sachs shocks with Koni shocks, installed a second rear facing Roadmaster anti sway bar (to augment the factory Ford forward facing ant sway bar) and a Supersteer Rear Trac bar. The mechanic did not install a second front anti sway bar since the existing factory Ford forward facing one was stouter. Note the first owner already installed a Safe T Plus steering stabilizer. As a result, the rv now has ALL the possible suspension upgrades I am aware so looking forward a really smooth ride. The rear upgrades added alot of stability.

In the event someone wants to add or replace their anti-sway bar with a Roadmaster anti-sway bar on their 2021 F53 chassis I have one for sale NEW IN THE BOX BEFORE I land fill it.
So, how is your experience with all those upgrades?
I have 2020 chassis on my 2021 Vision 27A and I'm curious what is the minimum of upgrades I should do to feel the difference? In other words, what item adds most for its price and what can wait till next season?

So far I've ordered Safe-t-Plus steering stabilizer and that's about it.
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Old 06-01-2022, 08:31 AM   #16
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So, how is your experience with all those upgrades? I have 2020 chassis on my 2021 Vision 27A and I'm curious what is the minimum of upgrades I should do to feel the difference? In other words, what item adds most for its price and what can wait till next season? So far I've ordered Safe-t-Plus steering stabilizer and that's about it.
My rv came with Sumo Springs and Safe T Plus so I have no comparison to what the ride without them.

Stability and handling is relatively good, especially when towing my toad. Adding suspension upgrades one at a time and see how they impacts drivability is a good strategy to minimize the cost in the following order: Safe T Plus, rear trac bar and so on.
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Yep, makes total sense and I was also going to do in this order.

Btw, what exactly do SumoSprings help with? If I already have upgraded shocks to Koni for a smooth ride, what else Springs add to the experience?
Trying to read reviews here https://www.superspringsinternational.com/ford-f53/ and it's kinda unclear.
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There's also radius rods!

https://supersteerparts.com/products...gvwr-2020.html

It feels like you'll always need to add more and more stiffeners to your suspension. Eventually the MH won't even be able to turn
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Installing shocks that are tuned for the vehicle is key. This is the best 1st step. Then move to the rear sway bar if needed. I would not suggest throwing everything at it at once as you will not understand what and how each upgrade improves the driving experience.

There are now shocks that work better than what people are currently using. They are also made in the USA and best for performance and control.
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