I'm very happy with the Bilsteins that I installed. They damp out the annoying oscillations that you get on a road that is rough and should be resurfaced.
On the front, Bilstein 24-234498
On the rear, Bilstein 24-234504
The website links let you check the specs of your coach. Make sure you get the right ones. My coach has the Freightliner XCR chassis. I believe your coach also has that chassis, but the rear shocks may be different since you probably have the V-ride rear suspension.
Since I'm in Canada, I ordered from PartsEngine.ca, not ShockWarehouse. Their receipt gives details about the shocks:
Bilstein 24-234504 Shock Absorber; B6 (HD) Series Shock; 46 Millimeter; Nitrogen Gas Charged Mono Tube; Limited Lifetime Warranty; Not Adjustable; 20.94 Inch Extended Height/ 13.7 Inch Compressed Height; Eye 19.1 Millimeter Upper And Lower Mount; With Shock Boots; Yellow Body; Blue Boots; Single
Bilstein 24-234498 Shock Absorber; B6 (HD) Series Shock; 46 Millimeter; Nitrogen Gas Charged Mono Tube; Limited Lifetime Warranty; Not Adjustable; 24.11 Inch Extended Height/ 15 Inch Compressed Height; Eye 12.9 Millimeter Upper Mount/ Eye 19.1 Millimeter Lower Mount; With Shock Boots; Black Boots; Single
Looking up my coach in Freightliner Parts Pro, I get different OEM Sachs numbers than you show, so your shocks might be different. My OEM Sachs shocks were:
When I changed my shocks, I measured the travel of the old ones and compared it to the advertised travel on the new ones, to make sure they were compatible.
Changing the gas struts is awkward, since they automatically extend to the full length. I worked with the wheels on and it was hard to get around them and compress the new shocks. In retrospect, removing the wheels first probably would have been easier. I do have the torque equipment and jacks to remove the wheels.