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Old 07-19-2007, 04:01 PM   #1
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Here is a link to front suspension used on Alpine Coaches. Our 2002 unit has AS 120 series suspension. The manual includes parts, service and trouble shooting.
http://www.thehollandgroupinc.com/NR/rdonlyres/6A2F722D...XLAK38501RevBweb.pdf

There is a good section on adjusting ride height.
I found this while looking to see if suspension limit straps were necessary to lift front end off the ground with the front leveling jacks. Manual does not go there, I can understand why with all the liabilty concerns now.
Has anyone purchased Koni shocks and where did you find the best prices.
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Here is a link to front suspension used on Alpine Coaches. Our 2002 unit has AS 120 series suspension. The manual includes parts, service and trouble shooting.
http://www.thehollandgroupinc.com/NR/rdonlyres/6A2F722D...XLAK38501RevBweb.pdf

There is a good section on adjusting ride height.
I found this while looking to see if suspension limit straps were necessary to lift front end off the ground with the front leveling jacks. Manual does not go there, I can understand why with all the liabilty concerns now.
Has anyone purchased Koni shocks and where did you find the best prices.
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Old 07-19-2007, 08:03 PM   #3
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I recently check with the Koni shock co. to see if they would be at FMCA Rally in Redmond, Or. I got a prompt reply that yes, they will be there to answer questions etc. and will have staff to install on site. We have found that this is a good place to get a good price on items. We've used several vendors on site in the past and will check these people out this year.

Do you have a thoughts as to when shocks need to be replaced?

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I purchased Konis direct from "KoniRV". I used an FMCA discount code and got shipping at no charge. http://www.konirv.com/

The Konis are great! I'm going to get the FSD's for the rear, and if there is a big difference, I'll spend the money and replace the fronts I purchased last year.
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