Originally Posted by P21932
I chose to use the Steer Safe (you can actually use both at the same time) but it's intention is essentially the same, to keep your front wheels going forward when you encounter adverse conditions (blow out, wind gusts, etc.). I noticed a feeling of improved stability...meaning that the steering seems "tighter" or if you prefer less "play" (though there wasn't much at all to begin with). I hope never to test it in a blow out situation...but some help in gusty winds will be greatly appreciated after getting caught in 60+ MPH wind gusts in Cheyenne year ago.
I actually test drove a friends 36' Airstream that was equipped with the Steer Safe. It drove good, but did not give me quite the level of stability the Safe-T-Plus does. However, the installation and tuning of the Safe-T-Plus was a little bit of work, and probably more than the Steer Safe.
Another thing I found while under there was the anti-sway bar end link bushing totally shot, so I replaced them with urethane bushing, which also made a huge difference in steering response.
I know this is not a realistic comparison, but the two improvements make the motorhome feel like a sports car, compared to how it felt before the improvements.