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Post Info TOPIC: Bilstein Shocks absorbers for RV and Motorhome Chassis can improve overall stability


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Bilstein Shocks absorbers for RV and Motorhome Chassis can improve overall stability


Bilstein Shocks absorbers for RV and Motorhome Chassis can improve overall stability while reducing sway and bounce. The ride's consistency, handling, and control would all improve, resulting in a smooth and relaxed ride. You will drastically improve the ride of your motorhome by replacing your old shocks with Bilstein.



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Do you sell Bikstein shocks or is this an unbiased review?

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That’s why when asked if he has any questions under the “newbie” page he said none. A sneaky way to advertise Under the radar. 



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Our motorhome came with Bilstein shocks and when they wore out, which OEM shocks do, we replaced them with Koni shocks. The Koni's give us a better ride.

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ShantiFei, do you sell Koni shocks? lol

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