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Old 10-07-2019, 01:25 PM   #3
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Brand: Thor Motor Coach
State: Maryland
Posts: 316
THOR #5837
Well, I successfully changed the rear shocks. As expected, the driver's side one was a pain because of the exhaust heat shield in the way. I removed the muffler hanger bracket, and I was able to reach over the frame rail by the wheel well to get a tool on the top shock nut. After a long time with a ratcheting wrench turning a few millimeters at a time, I finally got an air ratchet on there to get the nut off and on.
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