Originally Posted by Merry
Did you have a sway bar installed first thing? How did you know you needed one? Do I? Sorry about the questions but I'm curious if I should add that to my 'need to get' list.
This is just me with limited experience. I've never driven a motor home before so I'm learning on the fly.
Please look up what others have said about sway bars on this forum. There are pros and cons.
I was alerted to the sway bar issue from some posted threads. The idea seemed to make sense to me.
My first trip out in side winds was an experience. I felt like I was really fighting to stay straight on the road. that got my attention.
I went with an upgrade to the existing sway bar. I bought one on-line and had it installed by a local garage for $65. Total cost about $230.
I definitely could feel a difference. I was in some side wind warnings in Nevada and felt pretty much under control.
I don't know if I would go for the auxiliary sway bar in front of the rear axle.
the cost does go up. I'm satisfied so far.
Something to be aware of but not afraid of.