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SuperSteer trac bar

 

The Mercedes-Benz Sprinter is one of the most popular and versatile chassis on the market today, but many owners feel there are still some issues with handling, especially when faced with high winds or the jolt of a passing semi. To help improve the ride, SuperSteer is offering a new trac bar for the Sprinter chassis (part No. SS701), designed to dramatically reduce sway and improve steering control by positively centering the rear axle. The bar bolts on easily in about 90 minutes with no drilling or welding required, according to the company, and comes with all necessary hardware and instructions. MSRP: $583 plus shipping.

SuperSteer | 888-898-3281 | www.supersteerparts.com


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  1. Hello,
    I bought an older motor home. It is a 1992 Ford E-350 24 LFT TIOGA ARROW CLASS C.
    We are having sway issues and we think the shocks are wore out. I can replace the shocks and I was thinking about adding a Roadmaster Anti-sway bar for the rear as well as a Steering stabilizer.
    However, since we want to tow a 4-5000 lb. boat, would it be wise to add helper springs to the rear axle?
    I understand that this rig has tapered leaf springs and I might have to buy custom replacement springs while adding a leaf for maybe 3500 lbs.
    Do you have any suggestions on how to improve the ride and not break the bank?
    Please advise, thanks.

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