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Old 04-26-2020, 11:37 AM   #1
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shock absorber rear axle

Hello Everyone,

I would like to change the two shock absorbers that are between the rear axles in my 345, the one that works horizontally.

I found one on highskyrvpart.com, but it's for an airstream trailer, do you think it would fit ? Or should I get them somewhere else ?

https://highskyrvparts.com/New-Airst...SORBER-0220003

I read here that apparently they could be the same for both motorhomes and trailers. I'd be interested in any and all opinions/ideas you may have.

Thank you.
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Please be aware that highskyrvpart.com has operated under several different company names in the past and several people reported having an unsatisfactory experience.

See this thread:
https://www.airforums.com/forums/f34...am-188184.html

My go to supplier for all Airstream parts is "Out of Doors Mart", very knowledgeable, reliable and good prices.

Good luck
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Please be aware that highskyrvpart.com has operated under several different company names in the past and several people reported having an unsatisfactory experience.

See this thread:
https://www.airforums.com/forums/f34...am-188184.html

My go to supplier for all Airstream parts is "Out of Doors Mart", very knowledgeable, reliable and good prices.

Good luck

With everything that has been said about them (many threads here, eBay, etc.), I cannot believe they are still in business. Please be careful.
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They're still on business, I even got them on the phone, but the guy doesn't seem to know much about it and he is not helping...
I will call "Out of Doors Mart". Thanks for the tip!
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