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Q. Hi. I got inspired by some great photos I saw online of school busses that were remade into motorhomes. It seems quite the bohemian achievement to have an old Blue Bird with a wood stove and a bunch of crocheted afghans. Long story short, we bought an old bus and we need to get […]

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For the Freightliner RV we recommend KONI’s FSD Gold RV Shock Freightliner Motorhome (8805 1020). They combine the benefits of performance, superior handling and comfort into one shock absorber. FSD is firm for control over large bumps and corners, but soft for comfort over expansion joints and rough roads. While KONI is known for reducing […]

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QUESTION: I need 4 shocks for a 2003 Alpinlite 5th wheel trailer, 14,000GVW, 33ft long, 2 Dexter axles. ANSWER: We recommend the Monroe Trailer Retrofit Kit, for trailers that have either a leaf spring suspension or a torsion axle suspension. Adding Monroe RV shocks reduces the bounce and wander of your trailer for improved towing […]

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Q.: My husband and I have been enjoying a used Toyota Tacoma mini motor home but we need new air shocks. Would the Airlift 57113 be a good choice? Do we order two or just one? Does this particular item require drilling? Are installation directions sent with this item? A.: The Airlift 57113 is a kit, […]

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We had a question about a 1998 Chevrolet motorhome, chassis designation P-37, coil springs with airbags in front and leaf springs in the rear, and a tag axle. (A tag axle is a non-drive third axle positioned behind the rear drive axle of a recreational vehicle with one or two tires on each side; its chief advantage is extra […]

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Shockwarehouse carries a wide variety of shocks for motorhome applications. The motorhome/RV suspension market is different from the suspension market for cars and trucks. In most cases your motorhome’s body will come from one manufacturer, the chassis it rides on from another, and the engine that runs it from a third. Your owner’s manual may […]

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Question: I need a shock two inches shorter than the Monroe 555001. I had to move my axles on my 2001 Jayco to accomodate my higher 3/4-ton truck. The shocks need replacing. After moving the axles do the shocks need to be shorter, or do I need to move the brackets? Answer: The 555001 is […]

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I don’t know if this ever saw production, but in the mid 70s there was at least one VW Beetle RV. Most people just bought a Bus with a camper conversion, but if you wanted to be really cool and have a detachable, more spacious RV to go with your air cooled VW, you could […]

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Model: 1995 Winnabago Vertra F53 stripped chassis What is your driving style: Normal Driver Vehicle Setup: Rear Wheel Drive Suspension Type: Regular Shocks or Struts Question: I have a factory installed steering stabilizer and need to replace the damper piston or entire unit if needed. What are my options. Thanks, Joe Answer: Joe, If that […]

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Questions (over one weekend): I have a Dodge motor home jamberee. It is a 1979 F40 I can’t find the model any where. i need front and rear shocks. The front shocks have 2 bolts on bottom and 1 nut on top. The rears have 1 big bolt top and bottom. Do you have a […]

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