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Old 05-31-2015, 07:20 PM   #1
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I just purchased a newmar 03 Scottsdale. With 9918 miles on it. I need to know which shocks are better, Bilsteins or Koni's? Answers are very much appreciated....Thanx
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Depends of the type (model#) you buy. My general conclusion is Bilsteins handle better and Koni's ride softer.
For my RV the Koni's in front and Bilsteins rear give the best ride overall. I also have added air bags on 4 corners, the softer front shocks worked out great.
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