What does an anti-sway bar do?
Both stock and custom anti-sway bars are designed as a link between the suspension and the frame, and both
use the weight of the axle as a brace against the chassis, so that pressure to one side of the motorhome (by weight shift,
wind, or passing trucks) is countered by the bar. An RSS anti-sway bar, however, is built to offer significantly more
resistance to sway.
RSS anti-sway bars have a thicker diameter than stock bars — often, a quarter to three-eighths of an inch
more. Each incremental increase in diameter has an exponential effect on performance — on average, torsional roll
stiffness is increased by 30 percent with every eighth-of-an-inch increase in diameter. In plain English, RSS anti-sway bars offer up to 90
percent more resistance to sway.
A remarkable improvement in stability and cornering control is just a few bolts away. Anti-sway bars from
Roadmaster Suspension Solutions deliver a “Wow!” difference in control you’ll notice the first time you turn the wheel.
- Kits manufactured for more than 150 different motorhomes, trucks, vans and SUVs — each one custom-designed for a
specific chassis and suspension system.
- Easy installation — in most cases, eight bolts. Each kit comes complete with heavy-gauge mounting hardware,
easy-to-follow instructions, and the bushing lubricant.
- Larger diameter, zinc-plated 4140 chromoly steel bars and heavy-duty polyurethane bushings ensure maximum support
and more durability than factory bars.
Anti-Sway Bars by vehicle
| RSS Anti-Sway Bar video
| Anti-Sway Bar Application Guide
Combined Roadmaster Suspension Solutions Application Guide
| Benefits of improved suspension
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