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post #1 of 11 Old 12-20-2007, 07:03 PM Thread Starter
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duel shocks

what would be the benefit of having duel shocks on the front.

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IT WOULD LOOK GOOD

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i put them on mine. it rides better, not as mushy when you hit a big dip, other than that.... yeah it looks cool
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thats pretty much what i was thinking, it does look cool

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i wouldnt go as far to saying it rides better in all honesty i had duals and took them off after a couple weeks it made my truck ride extremly stiff....id say just stick with singles unless u plan on jumping your truck haha

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i guess it all depends on what shock setups you go with... if you go with the high end shocks like Kings or Fox they are specially valved for a dual shock setup... and those will ride better than stock....
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i guess it all depends on what shock setups you go with... if you go with the high end shocks like Kings or Fox they are specially valved for a dual shock setup... and those will ride better than stock....
yep i was going to mention that because once jody gets my motor dialed i plan on getting a set of Fox or Kings duals in the front that are valved for them and singles in the rear

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yep i was going to mention that because once jody gets my motor dialed i plan on getting a set of Fox or Kings duals in the front that are valved for them and singles in the rear
yah thats the same setup im gonna get on my truck... not sure if im gonna go with the 2.0 or 2.5 lol.... not sure if i want to spend almost 2k in just shocks for the 2.5 with the black finish
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I have dual shocks at front. It looks good but ride is VERY stiff.

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I had dual shocks awesome ride but only cause one of them was a dummy shock, so i had the look and the nice ride.

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