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Old 02-14-2018, 08:43 PM   #1
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Sumosprings and Koni Shocks Installed

Thought I would just give a follow up on my experience now that the Sumosprings and Koni Shocks have been installed and we picked up our coach today. First off Infinity Coach did an awesome job on the install as expected. The difference is absolutely night and day difference, body roll is reduced greatly and the rig settles back very quickly after dips in the road. No more up and down like being on the open ocean after hitting dips in the road. The coach feels much more planted at all speeds and controlled. I would highly suggest these upgrades to anyone looking to improve the handling of their motorhome. Itís one of those upgrades you do and have a smile on your face as you drive away because you can actually feel a true, positive diffefence.
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We have done the same on ours including trac and sway bars and it handles and drives more like a large SUV.
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Yes, such a difference from stock!
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Which chassis do you have?
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Which chassis do you have?
We have the Ford F53 18K
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Which chassis do you have?
Chevrolet Kodiak 22K. We did the same with our Workhorse 22K chassis.
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