I didnít realize this had grown to be such a popular subject 8
pages on this forum and 68
pages on the iRV2 forum!
It really is an EASY diy.
I had just had rotator cuff surgery and it only took me 1Ĺ hours using only my left hand (Iím a 65 yr old righty), itís that easy.
Maybe your husband could get someone to help? It really is worth the effort.
Try this link it takes you to pg 1 on the iRV2 forum.
Ford has two adjustment positions on the sway bar. They come from the factory in the loose position.
All you need are a couple of hand tools and maybe a small jack to reposition the sway bar to the other position.
This is a link to a picture on the iRV2 forum post #31.
Hereís a short description from memory
Take some wrenches (3/4Ē, bigger and smaller) and a small jack under the MH. Under the motor.
Take the bolt out of the sway bar, it will be in the empty hole in the picture, Nothing will happen.
Now switch to the other side and take the other bolt out, nothing happened when I removed this bolt either.
I used the jack to raise the sway bar so the bolt could go in the other hole, then move back to the first side and replace the bolt.
Thatís IT DONE.
The back is a little more complicated, you have to reverse a bracket to get the bolts in the unused holes.
Thatís it done again, if you take your time total time will be around an hour.
maybe Iggy or someone can make a more detailed write-up and add some pictures.
Our MH is in Colorado and weíre not.
ab & jb