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Source of Stability: A few Source Engineering suspension modifications on motorhomes sitting atop the popular Freightliner XC chassis make a dramatic difference in handling and ride.
[4] Removing the OEM Sachs rear shocks on the Discovery only required dexterity and an air impact with a 11⁄8-inch socket.
[6] Hill leaves the retaining band on the high-pressure gas-charged Bilsteins during installation. This eases the install. The thin plastic band breaks as soon as the motorhome suspension flexes.

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