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Old 01-23-2005, 02:32 PM   #1
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i have a 04 pace arrow with w-22 chassis. i have a tue center from blue ox but the shocks are the black stock version. would like any advice on the instal of new shocks. thanks
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i have a 04 pace arrow with w-22 chassis. i have a tue center from blue ox but the shocks are the black stock version. would like any advice on the instal of new shocks. thanks
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Old 01-23-2005, 04:14 PM   #3
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Welcome to the iRV2.
There are several threads on Bilstein vs Monroe shocks on the Workhorse forum. Scroll down toward the bottom on the main Forum Index page and you'll see the Workhorse section. You must have a W22 made before April 04 when they went to the blue/yellow Bilstein's.

I'm interested in how you like the Blue Ox True Center. I'm looking at a Safe-T Plus but I understand the True Center may be better.??
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Its 17 degrees today. Waiting for a warmup before I install the true center. I went with the TC because i read everything i could and felt it was the best choice. will keep you posted on the out come.
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Old 01-24-2005, 09:17 AM   #5
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the pace, Welcome to the IRV2 site.
When I had my 2002 Workhorse I installed Bilstein's on all four corners made a huge difference, on the W-24 Workhorse, Bilstein's come as standard equipment. Ed
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Big Welcome also, like ED an Flora said plenty of information for installing shocks in the WH Forum. Alot of us installed our shocks ourselves, we didn't want the hassle from dealers about the Monroe's,just follow the posts for your installation. I installed the Bilsteins, great ride for the money.---"007"
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Big thanks to all for the welcome. I will do the true center first then the bilstiens (sp?). Will let you know how it goes.
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Old 02-27-2005, 06:25 AM   #8
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I installed the blue ox and it was well worth the busted knuckles. looking forward to our trip to disney at easter for the true test. will keep everyone informed. I dont know about the shocks yet.
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