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Rear Sway Bar Part Number?
#1
I was curious if anyone may have a part number handy for a Ridewell rear sway bar for our coach.
Here come Monday,(6/18) I'll be doing front and rear air bags, air compressor on engine and possibly HCV's...

Soooo, it would be awfully convenient to try swinging that in at the same time as well!

Appreciate the help guys.


Sidenote**
I assume we all have pretty similar rear ends (under coach... lol)
Mine looks to be like a 40k lbs Rockwell unit, tag says it has 4:30's
1996 45' Coach 409      Formally owned by a rock star.

60 Series DDEC III, tuned, No Limit Manifold, S475 turbo and Fluidampr

Purchased wrecked, currently redoing all interior and RF wreck damage.
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#2
Hmmmmmmmmm. Not quite a bolt up job if it didn’t come from the factory with one. Newell welded additional mounting to the chassis in order to mount my rear sway.
Richard and Rhonda Entrekin
99 Newell, 512
Subaru Outback Toad
Inverness, FL (when we're home Cool )
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#3
I added the mounts to mine to have 4 shocks on the front axle.
At the same time, I installed all new KONI adjustable shocks. That made a huge improvement on the way it rides & handles.

SO, I would be interested in what information is available concerning adding a rear sway bar. Big Grin
1987 classic #159
8V92 MUI , Allison 740
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#4
Adding mounts isn't an issue.
My 350 amp Lincoln seems to do quite well on 1/2" plate.
And, I know I can lay down something quite a bit nicer than some of these bird turds I've found! hahaha
1996 45' Coach 409      Formally owned by a rock star.

60 Series DDEC III, tuned, No Limit Manifold, S475 turbo and Fluidampr

Purchased wrecked, currently redoing all interior and RF wreck damage.
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#5
Ok. Next I’m under there I’ll take pics for you
Richard and Rhonda Entrekin
99 Newell, 512
Subaru Outback Toad
Inverness, FL (when we're home Cool )
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#6
Thanks Richard, I appreciate it.
1996 45' Coach 409      Formally owned by a rock star.

60 Series DDEC III, tuned, No Limit Manifold, S475 turbo and Fluidampr

Purchased wrecked, currently redoing all interior and RF wreck damage.
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#7
Looks as if my suspension is similar to the Ridewell RADT-246

http://www.ridewellcorp.com/store.html?p...39&back=54
1996 45' Coach 409      Formally owned by a rock star.

60 Series DDEC III, tuned, No Limit Manifold, S475 turbo and Fluidampr

Purchased wrecked, currently redoing all interior and RF wreck damage.
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