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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.
[8] Swapping out the front factory Sachs shocks for the bigger 60mm Source Platinum Series Bilsteins requires using a ¾-inch socket up top and a 11⁄8-incher for the bottom mount. Hill installed the Comfort Ride air spring control valves after the new shocks were mounted on each side.
[10] Source Engineering’s REK-206 sway bar assembly is lifted up and over the exposed trailing arm bolts, where it will stay positioned by itself until the bolts are reinstalled. The design is simple, yet efficient in reducing body roll on big motorhomes.


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