class a sway bars

Discussion in 'Talkback' started by docD, Mar 11, 2005.

  1. docD

    docD New Member

    Still doing my homework here. Do you class a owners have sway bars and/or wish you did for those windy days?
    thanks to all for you answers before and on this.
     
  2. Gary B

    Gary B Senior Member

    class a sway bars

    Hi doc, most Class A's and C's have sway bars, the older Chevy P-30's only had them on the rear axle, but had air bags in the front coil springs(these are a must to get a P-30 to handle), from my personal experience the Ford F-53 chassis handles the side winds much better than the old Chevy P-30, Many folks thought that the Chevy had a better ride than the Ford, I didn't find that(but I am a Ford man. Now the newer Workhorse chassis is much improved over the old P-30 and is very simular maybe a bit better than the Ford chassis. So for a simple answer yes a sway bar is needed along with good shocks. Hope this helps.
    :) :laugh: :cool: :bleh: ;) :approve:
     
  3. docD

    docD New Member

    class a sway bars

    Hi Gary. Thanks for answer. We're looking at new, so guess this shouldn't be an extra issue. This will be first rv, so have soooo much to learn. Considering 34ft HR Ambassador which has workhorse chassis.
     

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