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Old 05-28-2020, 05:05 PM   #1
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Sumo Springs and/or Roadmaster Anti-sway bars

We are toying with idea of anti sway bars, but today we went to our local RV repair place and they talked about Sumo Springs. Now we’ re a little confused which way to go. Thoughts appreciated.
We have a 2018 Cambria 30j class c.
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I’d think about stiffer shocks. I put them on mine and it helped, Your rig should have front and rear sway bars. I’ve looked at Sumo springs and I’m not convinced that they do anything appreciable other than cost a lot, and the factory sway bars are pretty stout. Also a rear trac bar will probably do more than anything.
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I have no idea why I posted this in the pet section��
How do I change to appropriate section?
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And I thought you wanted your hamster to have a smoother ride....
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R.Wold Hahahaha well if it would help...
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I have no idea why I posted this in the pet section��
How do I change to appropriate section?
Click on the "exclamation point-in-a-white-triangle" icon, which is in the yellow area to the left of any message. That will bring up a box where you can type a message to the moderators. Two candidates are the Class C Motorhomes forum or the Ford Chassis forum.

Re: Your original question: What handling problem(s) are you hoping to fix? Knowing the symptoms, we can perform a better diagnosis and offer more effective cures.
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