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Old 08-07-2016, 11:41 AM   #1
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Best option for GT 335ds rear suspension.

Recently I installed the Roadmaster Steering Flex. and I did the CHF to the front. These two changes show a 50% improvement in handling but the ride is harder. Can someone advise the best solution to the rear to prevent the side to side sway that feels as though the rig will flip over when driving over a driveway apron and such. Is the answer Tiger Trak, Sumo Spring or heavier swaybar? Because of the stiffer ride I don't think the CHF.

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Old 08-07-2016, 01:31 PM   #2
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Our new June purchased 364TS is going in this week for the Safe T steering control, and then we're installing Sumos Springs with another firm the following week. We are excited. Getting all this accomplished before the next big adventure over Labor Day. Congratulations on your success.
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