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Old 04-02-2012, 07:55 PM   #29
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update...Installed!

Finally got a chance to install the new shocks this weekend. Worked well as I drove 90 miles to the family farm this weekend...changed the shocks (and serviced pretty much everything else!) then drove 90 miles home the next day. Made for a nice ride comparrison...and what a big change! Very happy so far with the new shocks. they were not that hard to change either. need to get a new steering stabilizer and I should be set!
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Finally got a chance to install the new shocks this weekend. Worked well as I drove 90 miles to the family farm this weekend...changed the shocks (and serviced pretty much everything else!) then drove 90 miles home the next day. Made for a nice ride comparrison...and what a big change! Very happy so far with the new shocks. they were not that hard to change either. need to get a new steering stabilizer and I should be set!
Thanks for the feedback. Looks like we have the same chassis/engine.
This is on my list of things to do and I haven't fully researched it yet.
Was this rear shocks you did?
Was it Part Number: B46-1587-H3 or 24-025706?
Thanks again.
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Thanks for the feedback. Looks like we have the same chassis/engine.
This is on my list of things to do and I haven't fully researched it yet.
Was this rear shocks you did?
Was it Part Number: B46-1587-H3 or 24-025706?
Thanks again.

I did all four shocks. Not sure of the part numbers? I got mine at Allshocks.com...the web site has you input the year, make, chassis, etc...took about 20 mins per shock.

Well worth the effort!
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I did all four shocks. Not sure of the part numbers? I got mine at Allshocks.com...the web site has you input the year, make, chassis, etc...took about 20 mins per shock.

Well worth the effort!
Thank-you. I'll be doing this soon.
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Our previous coach a '99 Gulf Stream Sun Voyager 31' DP came with Bilsteins from the factory. At 25,000 miles when we bought it it porposed something terrible. Replaced them with Koni FSD's and the porposing went totally away.

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