We took our 2002 Coleman/Fleetwood Niagara out for a quick trip this weekend -- first time we've been out in a while. Had new tires put on just a week or so ago, too. It seemed like we were getting more sway than in the past, especially in the 62 - 70 MPH range. We use an anti-sway bar, and I'm wondering if it might be worn or need replacement. What makes the camper start to sway in the first place? At first we thought it was from a truck going by or coasting down a grade, but it wasn't ever consistent. We'd be going along just fine and then suddenly it'd feel like our rear end was being pulled back and forth. Can anybody suggest some ways to manage / control sway better? What's the chance that our sway bar needs new pads (and how would we check that)? Is there something the driver can do once sway starts to reduce it? For us, sometimes it seemed like speeding up a bit helped; other times slowing down helped. Thanks for any advice you can offer!