Originally Posted by dogpa
Rich M did you put the shocks on the front also? I only did Sumos on rear and what a difference in ride and in stability when parked.
I installed: Helwig rear sway bar- last season(my rig did not come with it in 2015)
Rear sumo SSR-338-47
Front sumo SSF-106-40
Rear Heavy duty Bilstein : 24-177702 ( still using original front struts , they are working well with the front sumo springs adding support. Also changing the front struts would need a wheel alignment and my local Mercedes dealers says their alignment equipment won't fit over the overhang of the forest river installed camper, luckily my alignment is good)
I had already installed the Helwig sway bar last season. If adding piece by piece , I recommend the following order ;
1) change the sway bar. -reduced sway
2) rear sumo - reduced sway and lean
3) front sumo - improved cornering and lane tracking, further reduced sway
4) rear heavy duty Bilsteins- reduced rear bounce and some added sway control.
Just recheck part numbers for your year of coach. All the upgrades work well together. Most comments with this combination seem to be positive. Any other reviewers care to comment?