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RE: Front stabilizers on Class C Jamboree

If your rig moves a lot when parked, then it moves a lot when being driven. So if you are thinking you need stabilizer jacks, you might benefit from heavy duty front and rear stabilizer bars also called sway bars. Motorhomes built on the Ford E350 model 2007 and older, don't have any kind of rear stabilizer bar unless added by a previous owner. If you lack a rear stabilizer bar, adding a heavy duty one will significantly reduce the need for stabilizer jacks. CLICK HERE for instruction on a simple test you can perform to help determine if you could benefit from such suspension upgrades. I'll add to Ron's comment. Most if not all older Ford chassis E450-E150 vans used the same size "Anti" Sway Bars front and rear. Saying that your E35-E450 now has a home on an extended frame. The "Anti" Sway Bars are way undersized . Replace the front and (or add) rear "Anti" Sway Bars. Hellwig ones are better price than the Road Master ones. Also depending on mileage replacing the Shocks with Bilstein HD shocks would help too.
OFDPOS 07/01/21 05:28pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Class C RV cost in the Covid era...

Hey, I am willing to sell my garage-kept rig HERE with 38,750 miles for the lean low price of only $90,000. I just installed a brand new set of Alcoa wheels, 6 Michelin Agilis tires, had a fresh wheel alignment and brake system flush. I'll even throw in a transmission fluid & filter change, coolant change, oil change, and air filter change. It'll be good as new (better than new). ;) Hey Senor I give you 90,000 Pesos ! :B
OFDPOS 06/07/21 11:47pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Class C RV cost in the Covid era...

And you also have the people who are upside down owing on their MH and think they can just buy one 6 years ago, drive it , don't do any maintenance other than LOF's with no maintenance records !, then sell it for $4k less then the purchase price. Was just looking at a used 2016 yesterday and today and the guy has a firm price of exactly that $4K less than the OPP, after him bragging all about it and then me pointing out several unsafe needed attention right now items , including the original DOT date stamped 4914 with 39,855 bald inside front tires. All seals on the roof cracked and split. His comment "hey its a used vehicle".
OFDPOS 06/07/21 11:45pm Class C Motorhomes
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