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Old 03-08-2016, 06:55 AM   #31
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Steering Stabilizer on E450 Motorhomes?

Yes, it was off before. I didn't remove or change anything on the install other than swapping out the OEM for the Bilstein.

I used to have a really nice motorhome
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Old 03-08-2016, 12:04 PM   #32
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Update on my Roadmaster Reflex install

Took our first trip with the install. Works as expected. Very straight with NO wandering. Since I previously had my old Steersafe on the Forester, I could feel the difference in the self-centering. The Steersafe had much heavier robust self-centering and the Roadmaster Reflex seems more suited to the Class C. Steersafe uses the same springs for all units, whereas Roadmaster has different stabilizers based on class of MH. I believe Steersafe is 400 lbs and Roadmaster is either 180 or 280 lbs. We encountered heavy gusty winds on this trip to Death Valley and the motorhome held the road well, best we've ever had. Still some movement but very controllable.

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2016 Forester 2701DS (Aug 31, 2015)
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