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Old 12-31-2021, 02:29 PM   #1
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Can't find out what shocks I need

I have a National Tropical TC33A and need new front shocks. I cannot find out what shocks I need to buy. I think I want Blisten and their catalogue Year/Brand/Model widget does not accept input.
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I personally prefer Koni over Bilstein. Here is a site:
https://www.ultrarvproducts.com/Koni-RV-Shocks
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OK. Michigan Truck Spring said that the XC-R chassis, if it has the solid axle, takes these on the front.


Bilstein 24-234498 | B6 | Shock Absorber. I had them send a pair for around $300.00 and another $50 for 2nd day shipping. They arrived more or less on time. Seems to be a good place to get them.
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