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  1. Biggsideas
    My rv had the extra brackets on both front and rear endlinks. I decided not to simply use the original end links because it made the front brackets unusable with the new angle of the sway bar. The rear would work but I read it's best to keep the sway bar at the original angle, this means you need longer end links. I bought Hellwig adjustable end links. I can keep the same angle of the sway bar and used my brackets which are not on all rv's but I can see their value. Also if you use the same short endlinks the wheels will lift off the ground sooner when using jacks
  2. AlanTerry
    Hi question about the “cheap handling fix”. Did you do this yourself? If so was it difficult or easy? I am a DIYer and mechanically inclined.

    Thanks
    Alan
  3. JW brick
    07-27-2013 04:38 PM
    JW brick
    Thank you again--I will give it s go this week.
  4. Rolldabones
    I found it. Thanx!! (and I should learn to use spell check more. hehehe)
  5. Rolldabones
    Hello Mr McKinley, I am new to this forum and also to RVing. I was given your name in reference to a post I made RV.net. I have a problem with a very rough ride in my 1999 Fleetwood Flair. It only had 24k miles on it when I got it, and now at 31k. I foud the shocks completely depleted of any gas what-so-ever, and during the changing of them, I noticed that my forward leafesprings were absolutly flat when whieght was on wheels. The reason I'm contacting you is that I seem to be having a bit of trouble finding your post "Cheap handeling fix", and do you think it would help me. Thank you for your time on this.
  6. Dwight
    04-21-2012 01:18 AM
    Dwight
    Wow! Over 40,000 hits on your modification so far.
    I sincerely hope that Ford Engineers are contacting you. (They usually don't like being told how to do something but in your case you deserve credit)
    Dwight
  7. smeg99
    09-15-2011 01:07 PM
    smeg99
    Just wondering, how many miles on your sway bar mod and is every thing still okay?

About Me

  • About jmckinley
    City
    Waynesville
    State or Province
    OH
    Country
    USA
    RV Manufacturer
    Damon
    RV Model
    Daybreak
    RV Year
    2007
    RV Length
    31
    Location (City, State):
    Southern Ohio
  • Signature
    John McKinley
    2007 Damon Daybreak 3060, Ford 16,000# Chassis,
    Ford C-Max Hybrid Toad , Suzuki V Strom 1000cc

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