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Old 08-13-2011, 01:34 PM   #1
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New Bilsteins on 2004 Pace Arrow.

Just got my new to me 2004 pace arrow inspected and had front Bilsteins put on while it was at the dealer. Holy smoke, what a difference. It drives like a completely different vehicle. It even took some of trhe rattle out of the dash. No more bounce, it tracks better. And it drives smoothe. Definitely glad I had it done. When I first got the motorhome, i thought "wow, this thing takes some work to drive." Not anymore. Ready for a serious road trip now.
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Acm210,

Some like Bilsteins, some Konis but in the end, a new set of shocks vs worn out, always makes the ride better.


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I started reading about people's preference for the Konis after I dropped off the rig. I don't think it would have changed my mind, really. I'm just happy it's done. Huge difference.
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