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Old 02-05-2016, 03:16 PM   #11
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Thanks!! I should have figured it out.
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Old 02-05-2016, 03:36 PM   #12
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I have a 2014 335 and did the CHF it helped but I also bought the brackets to add steering stabilizer but not the 400 dollar stabilizer I bought the Monroe stabilizer shock for 50 put it on being careful to center it and have been using it for months with no problem and it helps with the constant steering corrections.
Did you do the back bar also? I did the front and put on a Roadmaster stabilizer with the spring. Helps some, but in wind doesn't help a lot. I have the same MH.
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Old 02-05-2016, 03:45 PM   #13
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I did both but don't feel new sway bars will help enough to justify.

Wind and truck blow by will be helped a little by sway bars but the real problem is the rear of the coach moving from side to side on the frame.

A rear track bar is what you need. My buddy is starting production on a cheap one and I hope to install it by the end of the month.

I will let you know how well it works. You can always get one from Roadmaster or other vendor. I believe they go for about $500 USD.
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Old 02-05-2016, 07:03 PM   #14
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ModMike....will that fit all the F53 chassis sizes? Keep us posted on how it works for you. After our X-country, I was happy with our front Roadmaster steering stabilizer but occasionally on some roads, the rear sway would make itself noticeable. At $600+ that isn't an easy decision for a regular rear sway bar...I will be interested in your in use comments on the track bar.
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I am not sure. I believe it will fit everything 2009 an up, including my 2016 chassis.

I will be sure to update you but I am in Canada and in storage until march.
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Thanks Mike...no rush...no huge trips till summer... I may want to pick your brains on Quebec parks as well by then!
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Old 02-05-2016, 07:22 PM   #17
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Mont Tremblant or La Verendrie. PM me when it's time and I will give you site numbers.
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I have a 2012 360 and have not made any of the modifications. Tracking, handling and steering have all been excellent. I have to remind myself to keep both hands on the wheel in case of emergency. The only issue is sway on hard sharp turns and uneven driveway enterences at fuel stops. My solution is simply to go very slow when making sharp or very uneven turns. A typical semi passing me gives only a slight push but the occasional trucker blowing by at way over the speed limit can be annoying.
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Tried it all on my 2015 GT 364TS with only moderate results:track bar, front and rear Roadmaster anti-sway bars, steering stabilizer and CHF. The dealer undid the CHF because it made the OEM sway bar strike the frame. Still having to make constant steering input. Staring farther down the road helps a bit. Don't know if it makes much difference, but the early 2015s came with 19.5 inch wheels.
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Old 02-06-2016, 12:12 PM   #20
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Check out my other thread, detailed suspension talk there.
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