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Roadmaster Reflex Steering Stabilizer for Chevy/GMC/Workhorse Mo


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  • Model: RSSCP30
  • Shipping Weight: 5lbs
  • Manufactured by: Roadmaster

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Roadmaster Anti-Sway Bars - RM-RSSCP30
Keep your motor home in line with this unique system. The sturdy steel spring works to correct oversteering and return your vehicle to center for increased control.
Compensates for oversteering and returns your vehicle to center
Tempered steel spring works to return to its normal state - when compressed, spring pushes back into neutral position; when extended, it pulls back
Attaches to the steering mechanism on one end and to the chassis undercarriage on the other
Tight connection between these components keeps steering firm and controlled
Helps you to maintain control of your vehicle in the event of crosswinds, rut tracking, road edging or a tire blowout
Reduces road fatigue - stabilizer keeps you centered so that you don't have to work as hard to steer
Installs in approximately 1 hour with no drilling or welding
Replaces factory damper
Made in USA
Limited 1-year warranty
A variety of things can make your vehicle veer - crosswinds, uneven pavement, tire blowout. The key to a pleasant, and safe, driving experience is learning how to deal with these situations. Roadmaster's Reflex Steering Stabilizer works to return your vehicle to center when something happens that causes it to swerve or jolt. As a result, you won't have to oversteer in an attempt to stay in line, thus minimizing road fatigue.
The stabilizer replaces your vehicle's factory dampener. A heavy-duty steel spring runs the length of the rod, constantly working to keep steering controlled. If you steer your vehicle one way and it gets pulled the opposite way, the spring will stretch momentarily and then quickly pull back to its normal state. If you oversteer your vehicle in the same direction it is already moving, the spring will compress for a moment but then push back out to its prior state. No matter how you steer or how the frame is pushed or pulled, your vehicle will always return to center.

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