All four shocks on the Westy were in a poor visible state. They were not identifiable due to dirt and surface corrosion. By itself, appearance is not enough for an indictment as after all, they live under the bus. However, appearance was combined with the significant swaying behavior on the highway to call the shocks into question. The choice was a common well-regarded one. A set of KYB Gas-Adjust dampeners front and rear. Install is simple on these vehicles and in a couple of hours, there are fresh shocks at all four corners. Out on the road, the bus is immediately far better in the corners and even for simple right and left turns! There was no long highway test, but I feel confident that it will be better.