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Old 11-01-2020, 05:09 PM   #1
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Steering stabilizer

Hi all... Those of you that have a Class C based on the Ford E450 and have installed the Roadmaster Reflex steering stabilizer, which model did you install?? Thanks.
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The one for the year and truck model you are in. There was only one for our model. Call them if web site does not show your year. It did not list one for our year rig. I called and verified. They really help. Safe travels

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I dealt directly with Roadmaster for info on towing equipment (Toad) and later on the stabilizer. They are very helpful and knowledgeable. I ended up buying from Amazon, although it was still Roadmaster selling on Amazon. The prices were a little cheaper.



The stabilizers are year, and model specific but you can call them and get help, or plug your information into Amazon and it will tell you if it fits your vehicle.
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Good to see they sell the brackets WITH the stabilizer. When I bought mine, I had to purchase the brackets (model specific) separately.

Love my Reflex, and would recommend it (and have done so many times) in a heartbeat.
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I went direct to Roadmaster by phone and they were very helpful selecting the right stabilizer. Included the correct bracket. $350.

Used it now for 4K miles and am very happy with it. Makes all the difference in wind and when big rigs pass me. Don't know why Jayco didn't include this when they did the frame stretch and the Helwig install.
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Positive caster is natures steering stabilizer. IMO.
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Thank you all for your responses. I will call Roadmaster today to get the correct stabilizer.
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Old 11-21-2020, 05:48 AM   #9
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I bought Camco to help stabilize our camper. We were still having some pretty wild rocking forward and back even after blocking the wheels, so I bought these jacks. One each on the front corners of the frame (there were already stabilizer jacks at the back) made our camper rock solid, and I didn’t have to install any hardware. When done, the support comes out of the base, and the bases stack neatly so they hardly take up any space. When I got them I wasn’t even convinced there were four in the box until I opened it. Absolutely worth the money.
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I bought Camco to help stabilize our camper. We were still having some pretty wild rocking forward and back even after blocking the wheels, so I bought these jacks. One each on the front corners of the frame (there were already stabilizer jacks at the back) made our camper rock solid, and I didnít have to install any hardware. When done, the support comes out of the base, and the bases stack neatly so they hardly take up any space. When I got them I wasnít even convinced there were four in the box until I opened it. Absolutely worth the money.
That's excellent advice for stabilizing a camper while parked. I had great success with my "stack jacks" when I had a trailer, even though they were a bit of a pain to deploy.

But this discussion centers around stabilizing a motor home while underway. More specifically, the OP was asking about a steering stabilizer.
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