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Old 07-24-2015, 07:20 PM   #1
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Motorhome Stabilizer Bars

Looking for comments or thoughts on stabilizer bars added to motorhomes to aid in the event of tire blowout.
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Old 07-28-2015, 07:01 PM   #2
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I put a safe t plus on my 3051 and it was worth every penny! I give it a 10/10! Made a difference in crosswinds and trucks passing!
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I put a safe t plus on my 3051 and it was worth every penny! I give it a 10/10! Made a difference in crosswinds and trucks passing!
We've noticed quite a difference having air bags in rear; however, we're concerned about maintaining stability/control in the event of a tire blowout on the front. Read an article in MH magazine on 'Steer Safe' stabilization bar. Does the safe t plus advertise same?
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We've noticed quite a difference having air bags in rear; however, we're concerned about maintaining stability/control in the event of a tire blowout on the front. Read an article in MH magazine on 'Steer Safe' stabilization bar. Does the safe t plus advertise same?
I believe they do!

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Tell me more about the air bags in the rear! Worth it and how much?
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Old 07-28-2015, 08:08 PM   #5
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Your unit should have factory installed airbags on both sides in the rear. The driver's side air inlet valve is located in the sewer compartment on the back wall. The passenger side has the air inlet valve in the compartment just in front of the tire, I believe. It's standard valve stem with a cap.
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