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Old 10-29-2017, 10:24 PM   #10
USTraveler
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Brand: Thor Motor Coach
Model: Hurricane 31S
State: South Dakota
Posts: 39
I did the CHF on the rear and looked more closely at the front. The end links for the front sway bar measure 11" from bolt to bolt and if I lift the sway bar to try to connect to the inside holes I would need end links that are 12 to 12 1/2 inches in length. I didn't measure the distance without having to lift sway bar but that could be an option. I would guess that the end links would have to be about 14 to 15 inches in that case. The end result is that the existing end links are too short and I am not sure the expense of longer ones is worth it. I'm thinking it may be better to just get a steering stabilizer. I have read that getting the toe in adjusted so that it is greater helps the handling but I wonder about that increasing the tire wear. I haven't test drove the unit yet since the CHF so have no report on differences there. I'm waiting for a day when there are no high wind warnings and the temps are above freezing.
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