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Are the front and rear sway bars on a 159" P37 chassis big enough to provide good stability on the chassis?


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Not sure about the 159" situation but on my 33 ft the heavy duty Hellwig front antisway bar was the single biggest handling improvement I made. (The tag axle models are much more stable than any without tag axles.)


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