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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, powder-coated 4140 chromoly steel bars and heavy-duty polyurethane bushings ensure maximum support and more durability than factory bars.

Read what ROADMASTER customers say about this product...

"After returning from a 5,000 mile trip to Texas with just the front end retrofitted on our 2018 Tiffin/Freightliner chassis we noticed a difference, but following the install of the rear upgrade the ride improved immensely. We took our coach to Montana and put another 1,500 miles on and the ride was demonstrably impressive.

While pulling our vehicle on roads with "dips" and then a curve, we previously could feel the "tail wagging the dog." Now, the change in stability was very different. The coach corrected itself quickly, and gave a firm sense of control. There was a significant reduction in "whipping." There was little sense of being top heavy and "rolling" side to side. Even in parking lots with speed bumps, the coach was quick to return to center without excessive rocking.

In terms of control and safety it was a huge improvement."

M. Pilney, Tigard, OR

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