Originally Posted by mstaylor
I agree that your symptoms sound like tired shocks. I also agree with needing to get the ride height checked. You should not experience bounce like you are getting. I did not replace my original Koni shocks until 125k miles. If you have adjustable Koni's, I would set them on the highest setting. It will ride more firm, but will give much better and safer handling.
If I read that correctly, first post and joined 8/1/2019 - welcome!!!!
Maybe not for the OP with his newer 06 coach But for other CC owner's reading this thread with I believe 2003-2004 era coaches, especially 40-45' long - the Koni Red Adjustable SP1 generation shocks just could not handle the Steers/IFS on these heavier coaches. Not a Koni problem, as said in other threads, this was non National insisting that CC install the Adjustable SP1 - despite Koni's recommendation not to.. Very possible to buy a used CC of this era, and find Adjustable SP1 shocks still installed. IMO, this should be a priority item to remove from the Steers. Koni '99' EVO's are a good shock to consider - if available for your coach.
I also recall Koni's Tech Support member Justin - telling me to not try the Koni Gold FSD on the Steer position for my moderate weight 04 Allure. Same problem, the shock would not be robust enough to handle the job.
(And gang, lots of good info that I know has helped me over the years, here on this Owner's forum available on shocks. Use the search option for this segment of IRV2 - lots of good reading.)
Best to all, have fun, be safe,