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Old 12-11-2012, 04:01 PM   #1
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Bilstein Offers New Shocks for Roadmaster Chassis

Bilstein Offers New Shocks for
Roadmaster Chassis

By Greg Gerber @ 1:51 PM
RV D@aily Report

ELMIRA, OR -- Source Engineering Inc., developers of motorhome chassis enhancement and repair parts, today introduced the new Platinum Series tuned Bilstein shocks for Navistar’s Monaco RV Roadmaster chassis. The Platinum Series is available for both new and late model Roadmaster chassis.

The Platinum Series is available in both 46 mm and the new Super 60 mm piston size. The new 60 mm Bilstein shock is recognized as the ultimate shock for both comfort and performance, said Jim Walls, of Source Engineering, which he noted is the only company to offer the Super 60 mm shocks that are precisely tuned for the unique considerations of the recreation vehicle market.

“Source Engineering developed the Platinum Series exclusively for each individual motorhome chassis, rather than taking a one-size-fits-all approach,” Walls explained. “Custom-tuned shock absorbers are essential for RV applications since they are developed for a specific chassis. Engineering for an RV chassis requires vastly different considerations than other vehicles, and Source Engineering has extensive experience with this specific market niche.”

While currently available only for Navistar RV’s Roadmaster chassis, Source Engineering Inc. is developing its Platinum Series line for additional chassis applications. For complete application and pricing information, call 541.935.0308.

PHOTO: Bilstein 46mm (left) and Super 60mm shocks

Source Engineering Inc. chassis enhancements are designed to improve both comfort and performance, creating a more pleasant and safer driving experience. Lead by RV industry veterans Scott Zimmer and Jim Walls, Source Engineering Inc. works with suppliers and RV service technicians nationwide. In addition to chassis enhancements, the company also assists in locating hard-to-find replacements parts for late model recreational vehicles.

For more information, visit www.rv-chassis.com.
SOURCE: Source Engineering
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