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Old 04-07-2020, 05:18 PM   #1
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I知 new at this so please bare with me. I crawled under the coach yesterday and took some pictures. Not sure what I知 looking at. This was in the front, not sure if this is a sway bar or track bar. Any help would be appreciated.
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Old 04-08-2020, 02:07 AM   #2
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Hi, it looks like the first 2 are the OEM ford front track bar. The next 3 are a sway bar. With the CHF you remove the nuts & bolts from the existing hole and put the in the empty hole shown in picture 3. Do both sides and that’s the front CHF. Do the same to the back sway bar. You will probably need to play with the Z brackets that are on the rear. Drive for a trip or 2 to see if you get pushed around by big square trucks. If you do, you need a rear track bar ($450-500+) shop online for best price. Installed all by myself.
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Old 04-08-2020, 01:27 PM   #3
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I think I forgot to mention that it’s a 2020. I was hoping the bar with the extra hole was the sway bar but I think it’s the track bar. Would it do any good to adjust the track bar?
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As longleen said photos 3-5 are the sway bar and you can do the CHF on it.
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Sway bar has same fittings on each side only a mirror of each other. Track bar fits to axel on one end and frame on the other end. Rear Sway has all 4 holes full. A rod goes up and attaches to frame, the Z bracket goes to both holes, it is a Z to make clearance for the vertical rod at the sway bar end. Go under your RV then it makes sense. I just went out a checked under mine. The sway bar is in front of front axel and looks like your middle picture. Front track bar is just behind the axel. Your last 2 pictures look like rear sway bar. The 2 nut/bolts is holding the silverish Z bracket. The rod is black. As I recall the Z bracket has to be flipped and reveresed for clearance. Hope that helps.
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Sway bar has same fittings on each side only a mirror of each other. Track bar fits to axel on one end and frame on the other end. Rear Sway has all 4 holes full. A rod goes up and attaches to frame, the Z bracket goes to both holes, it is a Z to make clearance for the vertical rod at the sway bar end. Go under your RV then it makes sense. I just went out a checked under mine. The sway bar is in front of front axel and looks like your middle picture. Front track bar is just behind the axel. Your last 2 pictures look like rear sway bar. The 2 nut/bolts is holding the silverish Z bracket. The rod is black. As I recall the Z bracket has to be flipped and reveresed for clearance. Hope that helps.
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For the info. We went from a 5er to a coach and I知 still getting my feet wet.
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