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Old 09-23-2014, 05:26 PM   #1
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Roadmaster Active Suspension

Anyone have any experience with Roadmaster Active Suspension? I just got my Puma 23FB last week and pulled it with my 5.0L 2011 F-150. Had very minimal sway and noticed some "what I was told was - axel wrap". Fella in the campground with similar rig suggested the Roadmaster, as he used it and said it was great. Thanks!

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Old 09-30-2014, 10:32 PM   #2
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Roadmaster Active Suspension

I installed the Roadmaster Active Suspension (RAS) on a 2009 F150 157" WB 5.0l engine. I never really had the truck overloaded, but did have a small amount of "squat" on the rear springs that I did not like. I did not want to tension-up the WDH too much, so thought I would try the RAS. It eliminated the squat and the truck felt great when pulling and manouvering. I have not installed them yet on my new truck (almost identical to my previous truck), but am definitely considering it.
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2015 Rockwood 2618W, 2-A/Cs 50 Amp
2014 F150 Ecoboost, S-CREW 157" WB, 6.5' box, Tow Mirrors, Maxtow, 3.73
Equalizer 4-pt WDH
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