Originally Posted by Mr Havercamp
Does it occasionally only happen on one of our fine PA "CONCRETE" highways?
If so that's normal.
Yeah, on Pennsylvania highways. It generally has a nice smooth ride and handeling is fine. Sometimes it happens when there is a transition from blacktop to concrete or the reverse.
First time was on a newly resurfaced PA Turnpike that had two big bumps with warning signs. I slowed down from 65 to 50 but the traffic behind me kept me from slowing down more.
My dealer wants at least an hours labor to check the shocks so I didn't bother with them. I am thinking I can take it to a truck service center or a Chevy dealer.
My feeling is that I need shocks and the nce people who responded so far support that. But your omment and the fact that it rides well most of the time has me wondering.