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Old 12-31-2015, 09:22 AM   #1
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Replacement shocks 2003 Georgie Boy

I want to repalce the front shocks on my 2003 Geoggia Boy Landau, can anyone suggest the best place to buy them. I am going to do the job myself. THANKS Jeff
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Old 12-31-2015, 10:56 AM   #2
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I have had very good luck with shockwarehouse.com. Very competitive prices and shipping is included. I've bought a few sets of Bilsteins and most recently a set of Koni's for the Aerbus.
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Always check on Amazon for usually a good price since you are doing the job yourself.
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Jeff,

Amazon has good prices and free shipping on most products.
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eshocks.com has great prices on Bilstein B6 46mm Heavy Duty Mono-Tube Gas shocks for Motorhomes.
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I have had very good luck with shockwarehouse.com. Very competitive prices and shipping is included. I've bought a few sets of Bilsteins and most recently a set of Koni's for the Aerbus.
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You probably know this, but you need to get shocks that match the chassis under your Landau. You don't order shocks for a Georgia Boy - you order by chassis year and model, e.g. Ford F53 or Workhorse P32 or W20. In a few cases, the right shock may even vary with axle weight rating.
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