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Old 12-02-2019, 05:55 PM   #1
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New Shocks ?

Suggestions, I have a 2004 CC Allure need to replace shocks, what recommendations do you have. I don't think I want Road Kings.

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Originally Posted by Larry Young View Post
Suggestions, I have a 2004 CC Allure need to replace shocks, what recommendations do you have. I don't think I want Road Kings.

Koni EVO 99 for the fronts.

Koni FSD Golds for rear (and tag if applicable).

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Koni EVO 99 for the fronts.

Koni FSD Golds for rear (and tag if applicable).
X's 2! I'd also be fine with the Koni Adjustable SP3 on the Rear & Tag position, I'd probably start at level 3.

So many times Owner's have talked about driving for many thousands of miles, months in some cases, with broken rear shocks (Drive's usually.), and reported no noticeable difference in coach handling.

Very common in our era coaches, and solved by adding a limit strap. (I do have Road King's, and no limit strap, and feel that on a few rather challenging leveling positions - the Road King's more robust shaft has made a difference in no breakage...).

I do agree, the Gold FSD's, if available, is what I'd go with on the Rear/Tag, if not using the EVO 99's. But if FSD's were not available, suspect the Adjustable SP3's would serve well...

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