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Home Smooth Sailing: Motorhome Suspension Upgrade 11-MH-Source-Suspension-Front-Shocks-Install

11-MH-Source-Suspension-Front-Shocks-Install

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.
[7] After the new shocks are installed, a Comfort Ride Control Valve is placed on each feed line to the rear air springs. The air lines were cut and the ends then inserted into the valves to lock them in place. Valves are directional, so they must face the proper direction (indicated by the arrows) for correct airflow.
[9] Installation of Source Engineering’s Freightliner XC rear sway bar only requires removing the four 43mm nuts from the trailing-arm bolts. A special wobbly socket is used to handle this task.

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