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Old 03-12-2011, 10:20 AM   #29
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It was my understanding that FSD's were not adjustable.

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The tire pressure recommended by the manufacturer is based upon using the correct size and load rating tire on that particular vehicle.

The tire pressure molded into the tire body is maximum pressure for that tire.

Once a tire is mounted on any vehicle and the weight carried on it is known then you refer to the tire manufacturers recommended pressure chart.
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RovinOn,

It was my understanding that FSD's were not adjustable.

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Correct.

I have a set sitting beside me, and there's no way to adjust them.
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I downloaded the instructions from the Koni website after mine were ordered?
Gave full instructions on how to adjust from firm to soft ride?
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Installed the Koni's (rear) Saturday 3-12, Difference is night & day on my 83 Itasca 33'......
Have been running "KYB gas adjust" on the front and they perform perfectly and with that combo the I-10 freeway (southern Calif) feels tamed at last....
Next step is to lower my air bags (60 PSI left & 70 PSI right) by 10-15 PSI...

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I downloaded the instructions from the Koni website after mine were ordered?
Gave full instructions on how to adjust from firm to soft ride?
Yes, Koni states "Some shocks are adjustable". Looking at Koni's product page, they list FSD, or adjustable. If FSD's were adjustable, won't they be listed in the adjustable link?

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Koni does have adjustable shocks, I have a set on the rear of our coach, however the Koni FSD shock is NOT adjustable I have a set of FSD's on the front of our coach.

And that's my final answer--

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Full Koni FSD's here too worth every penny and they are a lot of penny's.
X5 that. FSD's the only way to go...
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