Questions? Call (760) 949-1222

Get Directions Contact Us


Do you want more stability when you are towing your trailer or 5th wheel?  Is your vehicle squatting when you put a load on it?   Does your motohome have play in the steering? Does your motorhome rock when you go in and out of driveways?  Does your motorhome want to loose stability when you are in the wind or passed by a truck?

We can solve any of these problems and we guarantee we can improve the stability and drivability of your vehicle.  We have some great products that we have listed below.

Welcome to the unique world of Roadmaster Active Suspension (RAS), the ultimate assist for vehicles with rear leaf spring suspension. RAS is the only suspension upgrade that converts basic “passive” leaf springs into mechanically “active” suspension. RAS instantly absorbs and dissipates load force energy resulting in significantly improved vehicle stability, balance, traction and control, with or without a load. Roadmaster Active Suspension adds critical strength to leaf springs but WILL NOT compromise ride quality. The patented design eliminates bottoming out, axle wrap and wheel hop, greatly improves road handling by reducing sway and dangerous body roll on cornering, and strengthens the rear leaf springs for towing or hauling maximum loads with maximum safety. Vehicles and fleets that consistently operate under load benefit from improved fuel efficiency, vehicle safety and load carrying capacity as well as reduced driver fatigue and extended tire and suspension component life. RAS is a simple retrofit to most every pickup truck and van with rear leaf springs, with up to a 1 1/2 ton capacity, and once installed no adjustments or maintenance is ever required.

Common RV Problems

Over the years, we’ve identified common problems that our customers have with their vehicles. If any of these describe your vehicle, make a note of them and contact us for more information.

  • Bottoming Out: When the suspension travels to its lowest limit and makes contact with the suspension stops. Possible causes: Insufficient spring tension, worn shock absorbers, overloading.
  • Bounce: Bouncing may occur in the front of the coach, the rear, or both. Possible causes: Worn or insufficient shock absorbers
  • Harsh Ride: The vehicle rides stiff. You can feel every crack rut, or bump in the road. Possible causes: Excessive tire pressure, excessive spring rate, improper shock absorbers.
  • Listing: The vehicle is lower one side than the other. Possible causes: Improper weight distribution, worn or weak springs, spring hangers, body mounts or bushings.
  • Porpoising: The coach will teeter-totter in a front-to-back movement after encountering a bump in the road–most common on short (20-30 foot) motorhomes.  Can usually be resolved with better shocks and/or springs.
  • Ride Height: Determined by chassis type and is measured accordingly. Example: On a P32 chassis, it is measured from the top of the bump stop to the bottom of the striker plate.
  • Rut Tracking: The coach follows the grooves worn into the road or ridges that have been created where an asphalt surface meets a concrete road surface. Possible causes: Insufficient front end weight, type of tire used.
  • Sway: The coach leans, sways or rocks in a side-to-side motion. Typically caused by weak springs and/or lack of an anti-sway bar.
  • Tail Wagging the Dog: Typically caused by excessive lateral motion of the rear axle.
  • Wind Drift: The coach is being pushed off its centerline of travel due to cross winds or passing vehicles. Can usually be solved with a steering control product.

FSD Shock Absorbers

The KONI is the first shock absorber that offers superior handling without compromising comfort. You can’t find a better shock for your motorhome than FSD: KONI frequency selective dampers. KONI has combined the benefits of performance and comfort into one shock absorber. FSD is firm for control over large bumps and corners, but soft for comfort over expansion joints and rough roads. While KONI is known to reduce bouncing in motorhomes, our FSD shocks include a special valve that filters out annoying vibrations before they enter the coach. The result is an incredibly smooth ride, with plenty of shock left to control pitching and swaying.




Not all dangerous driving situations have caution signs; a blowout around the next curve, a sudden gust of wind from a passing truck, or a new pothole at the bottom of a hill. Any such unexpected event might send a vehicle out of control. Safe-T-Plus is a steering control device that will automatically stabilize the vehicle, enabling you to safely maneuver through an unexpected perilous road situation before you’re even aware of it.


Designed for P-30, P-32, P-37, and P cut-away Chevrolet Chassis and most other smaller vehicles.

Model #41-14

Designed for Motor Coaches with Ford F-53 Chassis and Dodge M Chassis as well as trucks with minimal or light power steering.


Designed for Motor Coaches with solid I-Beam style axle (Freightliner, John Deere, Oshkosh, Gillig, Spartan, Magnum, Roadmaster, Workhorse, Blue Bird, etc.) as well as over-the-road trucks with power steering.

Model #41-18

Designed for Motor Coaches V-10 engines and trucks with power steering.

truck camper

What does an anti-sway bar do?

Both stock and custom anti-sway bars are designed as a link between the suspension and the frame, and both use the weight of the axle as a brace against the chassis, so that pressure to one side of the motorhome (by weight shift, wind, or passing trucks) is countered by the bar. An RSS anti-sway bar, however, is built to offer significantly more resistance to sway.

RSS anti-sway bars have a thicker diameter than stock bars — often, a quarter to three-eighths of an inch more. Each incremental increase in diameter has an exponential effect on performance — on average, torsional roll stiffness is increased by 30 percent with every eighth-of-an-inch increase in diameter. In plain English, the bar offers 30 percent more resistance to sway.

A remarkable improvement in stability and cornering control is just a few bolts away. Anti-sway bars from Roadmaster Suspension Solutions deliver a “Wow!” difference in control you’ll notice the first time you turn the wheel.

  • Kits manufactured for more than 150 different motorhomes, trucks, vans and SUVs — each one custom-designed for a specific chassis and suspension system.
  • Larger diameter, zinc-plated 4140 chromoly steel bars and heavy-duty polyurethane bushings ensure maximum support and more durability than factory bars.



Trac Bars solve the following issues  wandering, rut tracking and lazy steering.  If your motorhome does any of these things give us a call 760-949-1222.

Davis TruTrac bars to, manufactured by Roadmaster Suspension Solutions (RSS), are designed to eliminate wander and bar

reduce rut tracking by controlling excessive axle side play, without preventing normal up and down suspension travel.

The result is precise, predictable handling. The benefits are an immediate improvement in both vehicle performance and safety, as well as increased driver comfort — more positive control means less driver fatigue.

Each TruTrac bar comes complete with all mounting hardware, and installs using pre-drilled factory holes — no drilling or welding required. They will not interfere with any factory original equipment, or affect any factory warranty.


While the Davis TruTrac Bar takes care of the wandering, rut tracking and lazy steering.  The SuperSteer trac bars dramatically reduce lateral rear axle movement, which will improve stability and result in increased driver confidence. Whether you’re towing a trailer, hauling a camper or just driving solo, you’ll enjoy crisper handling, fewer steering difficulties and reduced sway.