CapnDean Posted December 1, 2020 Share Posted December 1, 2020 I am about to replace my factory shocks with Koni's. (2008 Monaco Camelot 42PDQ) : The Bilstein replacement shock is 24-187305 for all 10. The Koni numbers are 8805-1004 for the front and 8805-1005 for the rear. Anybody ever done this and know why? I would think that the shocks need to be the same all around? Secondarily: Koni has two part numbers for these shocks.... The same number ending in SP1 is for the same shock but with a 3/4" eye on each end. If the part number does not end in SP1, then the upper eye is 11/16" and the lower eye is 9/16". I'm not sure which one I have and I don't understand how Bilstein can get it right with one part number for all 10 whereas with the Koni shocks, I have to know things that I don't readily know. Obviously I do not wish to have to remove a shock and put it back on to make sure I order the right ones. Has anyone been down this trail before? Factory shocks are 13 years old (40K miles) and are doing the job albeit a little porpoising on a wavy road. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
Create an account or sign in to comment
You need to be a member in order to leave a comment
Create an account
Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!Register a new account
Already have an account? Sign in here.Sign In Now