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Old 06-08-2015, 03:21 PM   #1
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Will I greatly improve my ride on my gas engine coach if I replace the original Ford shocks with Heavy Duty Bilstein shocks?
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My coach was equiped with Bilstein and I added Firestone Ride Rite air bags on the 4 corners and that really helped the sideways swinging that I use to have.
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Don't know your model or year but lots of Ford's came with Bilstein shocks. My 2002 Brave did.
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My coach also came with bilstein shocks, I would check you sway bar bushings to see if they are rotted out.
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Go over to the Ford chassis section. There are several very good threads there. I put a trak bar on the rear of our F53 gasser that really helped.


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