Exchanged Roadmaster Stabilizer for Safe T Plus size specific for our Vista LX 35F
I installed both a Roadmaster Sway Bar in the rear (of course), and the Roadmaster Stabilizer (specific for Class A) in the front (yup, you know). This is on our new 2016 Winnebago Vista LX 35F. Took me some time and frustration getting the right Sway bar and Stabilizer installed to my expectations. Like other Owners of the Vista LX 35F have noted, the 1st time I received the Roadmaster Sway Bar, it did not fit the 2016! So Roadmaster was called and come to find out The 2016 Ford Chassis was changed, and another Roadmaster Sway bar was sent and (finally) installed. Now, regarding the Roadmaster Stabilizer. I did my research and because I picked Roadmaster for my rear end, I figured No Difference between choosing either Roadmaster, Safe T Plus, or Blue Ox, Besides price and differences in function ability, so I'll just order Roadmaster for the front Stabilizer. Roadmaster offers different Stabilizers for Class A, verses Class C. After driving the 35F, whenever I would have to make a sharper turn (especially right turn), I would hear this knuckling sound because the wound Spring would Uncoil from the (passenger side) End Cap on the Roadmaster Stabilizer. Myself, I couldn't live with that noise on my brand new Vista LX. I (again) researched Safe T Plus and realized Safe T Plus manufacturer makes 3 different sizes that fit different sized MHs. I ordered the one specific for 35 footers and up, specific (heavier-duty) for our Class A. After installing the Safe T Plus, I noticed a great difference between the Roadmaster Stabilizer and the (newly installed) Safe T Plus (specific for my size) Stabilizer, in how our MH handled. A much noticeable difference! See the uploaded pic. The red coil will slightly uncoil to the right where it is gripped around the end cap.