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sandrooney 06-15-2019 12:17 PM

Roadmaster Steering Stableizer ???
 
I have a 2016 Axis 25.2 and am wanting to install the Roadmaster steering stabilizer. I have checked out U Tube and it looks easy enough to install but none of the videos explained how to make sure the front wheels are straight while installing the stabilizer. I would think that would be an important step. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks,
Kevin

Muggs 06-15-2019 12:47 PM

When I put mine on, I drove to edge of tarmac with wheels sraight. Had nose overhanging swale (drop off)) and installed without jacking up. Set clamp in neutral position and it was fine without readjustment. Took little time overall.

Be cautious of orientation to lower radiator hose. I read somewhere that it rubbed on a unit and hit lower hose. After finish I had wife move steering while I watched, no issues. I also check mounting bolts every oil change. Been on almost 3 years and still looks fine.

Pete'sMH 06-17-2019 03:50 AM

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Originally Posted by sandrooney (Post 187845)
I have a 2016 Axis 25.2 and am wanting to install the Roadmaster steering stabilizer. I have checked out U Tube and it looks easy enough to install but none of the videos explained how to make sure the front wheels are straight while installing the stabilizer. I would think that would be an important step. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks,
Kevin



Iíve done three installs now(Safe T Steer on my class C and Roadmaster on my A and transferred it to my second A). Just try to park for the install going in a straight line. If itís not perfect itíll pull to one side after the install. If thatís the case just bring your wrench on a test drive and move the U- lots on the tie rod as needed until it tracks straight. On my second install no adjustment was necessary. My first took 3 tryís and my last only 2. Itís an easy 5 minute process in a parking lot with 4 of them being spent crawling underneath!

sandrooney 06-17-2019 12:43 PM

Thanks. I will give it a go.


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