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Old 06-09-2017, 03:33 PM   #1
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Type of suspension

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I have a1999 Country Coach Intrigue with Dynomax Chassis. Needing to replace front and rear shocks. Koni needs to know if my suspension is Reyco or Gillig?? How do I find out?
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Call Winnebago/Country Coach. They should have the info.

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Do you have the owners manuals that came with the coach. One, in my case the brown one, will have the information you are looking for.
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Welcome to the forum if you are new! I love this place. We had a 99 allure and I think it had the solid front axle. It did have the solid front axle. It is not a gilig, those were a few years older I believe. Your chassis is the dynomax, should have a plate on rear of coach.
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Another welcome to you!

Maybe hard to find, but if you can obtain the make and part number off of one of your front shocks, that could also aid in helping determine the shocks that you need.

And yes, calling the mother ship with your specific model's coach Serial Number, should get you specifics on chassis/engine/ etc. If you did not receive the boxes of documentation that CC is known for, you could also pay them to send you a build sheet for your coach.

Hopefully another CC owner will chime in with your model, and give you more info...

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