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Old 11-24-2018, 05:25 PM   #21
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I'm sure you have a lot less money invested ....I kinda went overboard on my RV, but, we fell in love with the RV when we found it ...it was being traded in to the dealership
from the original owners...( they were trading up for a larger RV) when we went looking for a late model Winnebago Navion.... after I drove the larger Navion and the Roadtek I decided I wanted the Class B.... also my wife liked the lower price.,... even though it was a sacrifice on space.

During the first 18 months.. I had to get new batteries, two house, one starting .. new tires, new propane sensor, and a lot of other upgrades..... not to mention the shocks and suspension....But, I put 15,000 miles on it in the first year....at 18 to 20 MPG on the road..it's not breaking me on fuel...... pretty quiet as well.....

Trip across the USA last year was 11,000 miles.... really a great experience....

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I agree with others, please stay on topic. Rambling on about your 'rig' ,may be interesting, but I'm not sure how it helps the OP decide what shocks to buy???
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Old 11-24-2018, 07:53 PM   #22
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Please, rsadventuous, stay on topic and quit rambling on about the same old worn out, unrelated to the topic, stories. You have now garbaged up another thread with many off topic pages of the same old tired diatribes.



This is getting to be ridiculous to say the least, and very detrimental to the usefulness of the forum.
Agree, it is truly amazing how quickly any forum could lose value from useless for many self-promotions. The ignore list is OK but not perfect.
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Old 11-25-2018, 04:43 PM   #23
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I have had great success using the Bilstien shocks on my 2006 210 Popular. They offer great damping and assist in a wonderful ride.
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