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Howdy. Welcome to the Forum. You have a few options here. The first and easiest is new shocks. I personally like Rancho shocks. There are a number of people here on the forum who like Monroe sensa-trac shocks too. The Monroes are an adjustable valve type, so you can essentially set the shock to match the ride you want. Bigger sway bars would certainly help in the side to side roll motion you feel when cornering, but stiffer shocks will help diminish this feel too.

As far as towing the camper, or towing or holding anything in back... your best to beef up either with a bigger spring pack, an "add-a-leaf" type set up, or air bags. A bigger spring pack requies that you take the springs off, send them to a spring shop so they can add leaves and re-band the spring. The add-a-leaf set up is the easiest for the diy install, but typically don't really help that much, and in my opinion are not that great. The air bags are my personal favorite because you can add them without having to remove the springs and they give the best performance, that is adjustable. Oh, there are also air-shocks, which is basically an air bag in the shock assembly itself. These are okay, their only draw back being that you are putting the added weight of your tow upon your shock mounts, which could literally break off if you carry too much weight.

There is another post on this subject if you look a little farther down too. Good luck.

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I know this is an old post, but someone will surely do a search and find this at some point.

I doubt you'll need new swaybars. Usually shocks and poly swaybar bushings will get it as firm as you need it.

Man, that sounds dirty. :shock: :lol:
 
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