Looking for a little advice/experience on improving the drivability of  a class C 1985 Mallard. Drives perfect on a smooth road, no traffic & or wind. Trying to sift through the steering stabilizer, shock, Air Lift conundrum becomes baffling after a while. Obviously the suppliers are a great source of info, HUH!

Yours Truly C& D aboard " Adrift". Still on the prowl for September.  

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Comment by Daniel Long on December 30, 2017 at 8:08pm
Like LW said, front end stabilizers are the way to go after replacing any worn OEM parts. My Dodge didn't have any rack-and-pinion steering system in it -- just the old pitman arm and a set of bars to keep it aligned.
Comment by Lakota Wolf on December 27, 2017 at 9:23pm

To make it easier for you to get thru all the hoopla of all the products available for front end stabalizers,,(even RONCO has one).. Simple basics is all you need, Basic off road drag link stabalizer mounted securely and makes a world of difference. I put one on my old Dodge class C and improved the wobble wiggle wind sheer driving almost 100% over it not having it.

You can however get the top of the line fully chromium plated high centrifical equalated,aligned with Mars parrallel with moons dark side with the intrigrated double zerk fitting grease fitting that greases nothing for the cost of a 3rd and possible 4th mortgage on a 4 bedroom house, Or go simple with an over the counter or online order of a standard equiptment stabalizer for most light use off road pick ups,, BTW,, I only had about a $60. investment in mine and it worked great.

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