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Old 12-24-2020, 03:23 PM   #1
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2018 Precept 31 UL handling

All in all it handles pretty good, but I don't mind spending a little if it will make it better. Bought it used in March 2020, had the dealer add a Supersteer rear trac bar and a front steering stabilizer. Previous owner had added rear Sumo springs. So my question, is it worth adding front Sumo springs and upgrading the front shocks (looks like standard factor black shocks).
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I would replace those OEM Sachs shocks with Koni FSD's. They're not cheap, $600 or so, but well worth the upgrade in drivability for the coach.
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Vicr, would you do front and rear or just front?
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Yes all four for proper chassis geometry.
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