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dual shocks up front

anyone running duals up front? does it help out at all on the ex? I put brand new x code springs and shocks on the front and it still seems to dive a little more than I thought when braking or turning. It is much better than before but still seems a little soft.. MY f250 doesn't have that feel at all, but its got a coils up front. wondering if duals shocks up front will help with this?
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Cary T specs dual front Shocks on his Excursion suspension setups. Supposed to make a difference. I personally don't have them on my '05, but my 2000 had them with a BDS lift. I kept the mounts when took the lift out and plan to use them on both excursions when I get to it.

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