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Old 07-14-2018, 04:11 AM   #1
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OEM Shock Part No 2018 Dynamax XL?

Anyone have the stock OEM Part Numbers for Front Shocks on 2018 Dynamax XL?

Also the rear shock part number as well if you have it available, thanks, Cole
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Old 07-15-2018, 08:19 PM   #2
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Brian, Dynamax doesn't even know?
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Old 07-16-2018, 08:08 AM   #3
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They are sach's shocks. I can find out, but I was traveling all weekend. Imagine Dragons concert and then a swim meet for my son in Holland, MI.
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Front, 10-13809-000
Rear, 16-18708-000
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Thank you kindly, gotta get the beast under control...thanks again..
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Having four new Roadking Shocks built for the XL..stock Sachs Shocks suk you can buy them less than $50 online...why Freightliner would put a $50 shock on heavy duty truck shows their true cheap colors...why Dynamax would then add 15,000 lbs of weight on to it and expect it to drive and ride correctly is beyond me...common sense is not so common anymore...just sayin'
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Having four new Roadking Shocks built for the XL..stock Sachs Shocks suk you can buy them less than $50 online...why Freightliner would put a $50 shock on heavy duty truck shows their true cheap colors...why Dynamax would then add 15,000 lbs of weight on to it and expect it to drive and ride correctly is beyond me...common sense is not so common anymore...just sayin'
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I think my DX3 has Bilsteins on it, maybe thats not part of the package on the XL?
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I think my DX3 has Bilsteins on it, maybe thats not part of the package on the XL?
Correct. They don't make a shock for that mounting gap, I'll have to ask why.

Well, that was quick.

The M2-112 is a much longer shock and Bilstein does not make a 60mm shock tube that is long enough to build them.
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Cole, let me know how it works out and info too please, Iíll be interested.
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Cole, let me know how it works out and info too please, I’ll be interested.
Will do Mike, 8 weeks build time...so not exactly a fast fix, but they will be worth it just for safety and keep from tearing up the RV...

Freightliner could be honest and up front and tell folks they put the cheapest *****e they could find on the M2 112, but of course that would be honest...

and Dynamax's Legendary Attention to Details...

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