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Old 08-21-2020, 06:59 PM   #43
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loosening hardware

Please go to The NHTSA website and file a complaint, they will investigate and if have enough complaints force the manufacture MB to issue recall and be required to replace the bolt(s) with proper length not just have a service bulletin, that if customer complains will address it.
There are alot of folks not on forums that would get a recall in the mail. No one wants to be passing another RV when its rear suspension goes.


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Yes this needs to be a recall. Our MB dealer is refusing to replace until they come loose. How can they justify waiting for a serious safety issue; so wrong.
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Yes this needs to be a recall. Our MB dealer is refusing to replace until they come loose. How can they justify waiting for a serious safety issue; so wrong.
Try this. The Tiffin MB rep supplied this.

2019 Sprinter Chassis Sway Bar Link Bolt Repair Got a quick reply from Daniel at MB Birmingham: "We have LI32.25N069847 out to inform dealers about the complaint and remedy. The LI also informs about new part numbers (longer bolt), installation procedure and torque sequence. Customers with complaint of a loose swaybar bolt can get the bolts replaced under warranty at any authorized dealer. "
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Does anyone know if a 2021 Tiffin Wayfarer built on a 2020 sprinter chassis comes with the longer bolt from the factory?
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Old 10-30-2020, 10:25 AM   #48
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Has anyone tried the roadmaster auxiliary sway bar on the newer sprinter chassis. That solves all these issues
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Has anyone tried the roadmaster auxiliary sway bar on the newer sprinter chassis. That solves all these issues
According to the info on eTrailer (https://www.etrailer.com/swaybars-20...inter+3500.htm).. the Roadmaster sway bar is a smaller diameter than the original and the Hellwig.
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The road master auxiliary sway bar is in addition to the factory bar. It is located in front of the rear axle and require drilling to the frame. Any input from those that installed it and if this reduces the side to side motion? How is the drilled holes treated to prevent rust?
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