Slight correction: The "torque bar" name used in the link is incorrect since the picture shows a track bar; sometimes called a panhard bar. These are used to control side-to-side sway on (usually) leaf spring rear suspensions. A sway bar, sometimes called a anti-sway bar, is used to control lean and is a completely different component. Use the search function for additional information
Originally Posted by 007";1195012]Welcome Noelene to irv2.
Thats their easy way out blame you. Once your coach is loaded and the tires are inflated with proper air pressures according to MFG's tables tracking should improve.
If not than maybe the tires need to be aligned.
If that doesn't help than a [B][URL="http://www.oemys-performance.com/swaybars.htm
track bar[/URL][/B] or steering adjuster
can be installed.
If you get pushed around when trucks or bus's pass you you can add a torque bar
on rear end.
George Schweikle Lexington, KY
1999 Safari TREK 2830, FMCA 190830, Safari International chapter
1995 Safari TREK 2630, 1983 Winnebago Chieftain, 1976 Midas Mini