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Old 09-15-2007, 06:24 AM   #21
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by FrontRangeRVer:
My tires sure dont balloon up. 95 fronts cold, then checked when hot=97. Down South the temp has been over 105 degrees. Pehaps this is why my gauge shows over 95 after a short ride. Anyone else experiencing this. Any suggestion as to amount of pressure to use. The door tab says 90#s front and 85#s rear. The Koni shocks are rather expensive compared to Bilsteins at Camper World. Is there really that much difference??? Al
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Old 09-15-2007, 08:23 AM   #22
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Yes, there is a differance.
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I have checked on line to try and find the Koni FSD shocks that have been suggested previously. They cost $600. for 4 plus shipping and the cost of having someone install them. Does anyone know where there is a better place to get these at a lower cost?? This sounds really high because 4 Bilstein shocks cost $375. plus installation at Camper World. Is there really that much difference in the value here?? Koni is real proud of their product I think. Any suggestions?? Thanks, Al
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HERE is where the best price is for the Koni's...$509 with free shipping!
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YES<<YES<<YES, there is that much difference. Do a search for FSD by DriVer.. I think you can find it..I paid 499 for 4 shocks including shipping from WWW.Shox.com..Call and get a quote..Paid 100. +20 tip at a local shopt to have them installed...Do a search for KONI Shocks on this forum and you will see the rave reviews...Try them you will like the ride...Just get the koni's and be happy. Please do not compare to Bilsteins. Bilsteins are good but Koni is the best.
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