2005 Country Coach Allure 470
I've been trying to reduce the very hard bouncing of my motorhome around 67-75 mph. I have another thread here
that discusses the problem. I've been looking for article about changing the shocks on IRV2. Lots of people say they went out in their driveway and changed one in 20 minutes, but nobody says how.
For example on the tag axle I can easily see the eyebolt top of the shock, but I can't get to the bottom with the wheels on. Do you have to remove the wheels to change the shocks?
The drive axle you can't see the shocks at all unless you climb under it. Again I can't see how they could be changed without removing the tires.
It seems like the old shocks will jump naked to full expansion as soon as one bolt is removed. Do I just let them jump since the new shock is compressed?
Any advice would be helpful