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Old 11-23-2022, 06:42 PM   #1
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2022 Jayco Precept Prestige 36U suspension upgrade

We brought home our new 2022 Precept Prestige a couple weeks ago. Even though it has Jride Plus, 2022s only came with Sachs shocks and no steering stabilizer. So, really not much of an upgrade over stock. The Sachs shocks have "Ford" imprinted on them, so clearly what the bare chassis was built with.

Put Koni FSDs on front and back and a blue SafeTPlus steering stabilizer. Took it for a test drive and it's an amazing difference. I need to adjust the steering stabilizer slightly.

Loving it. We're going to try it this way for a few trips and if we're still wanting a better ride we'll do liquid springs.
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Just curious.....

Is your coach on a 26,000 GVWR chassis?

Some of the "Jayco's" are on 22,000 & others on 24,000.

Thanks for the information.

Oh, and I know you will be super impressed with "Liquid Spring" suspension!
By far, the best money I've ever spent in the Coach since purchasing it!

Good Luck! Happy "RV'ing"!!
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Just curious.....

Is your coach on a 26,000 GVWR chassis?

Some of the "Jayco's" are on 22,000 & others on 24,000.

Thanks for the information.

Oh, and I know you will be super impressed with "Liquid Spring" suspension!
By far, the best money I've ever spent in the Coach since purchasing it!

Good Luck! Happy "RV'ing"!!
The 36u is on the 24k GVRW/ 30K GCRW chassis.

I've read such great reviews on the liquid springs. I'm guessing we'll do that. Just want to make sure we feel like we need it first. Our first 10k miles should help us figure it out I think.
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