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"If this motor home is rocking, don't come nocking"!

That's Keon's line and he has the sign to prove it...:lol:

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Did you get the shock issue resolved assume so...That said if you ever replace again use KONIs They are the best on the market and adjustable, no others are.

 

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On 4/4/2017 at 1:18 PM, Chuckconnie said:

Any feelings on Bilstein versus Koni shocks?

Having had both plus OEM, I think Bilstein have a hard ride and OEM are too soft. I have had Koni on my present and previous coach and the ride is good. I would use Koni again. 

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On 7/17/2017 at 2:40 AM, rlbarkleyii said:

Anyone put Bilstiens on Winny Journey 32" ?  Whats generally the cost of set of Bilstiens for a DP?

Like BennieH, I too found the best internet prices on MH shocks at shockwarehouse.com

 front and rear Bilsteins ware under $89 ea.; Bilsteins were the OEM shocks when our MH was new.  BTW, Bilsteins have a lifetime warranty. If money is no object look at Roadmaster MH shocks, IMO you really do get what you pay for.

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Now it is time for us to consider shocks as well and we are in the Koni vs Bilstein quandary.

2017 Berkshire XLT (Tag DP) on a Freightliner XCR 450 Chassis.

Any advice will be welcome!!

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I'm surprised that you need new shocks on a 2017!  Mine is 9 years old,  Spartan K 2 chassis and that thought has not crossed my mind.  Why?  What's your problem?

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