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i got the ranchos bc i didnt want to spend the money on the bilsteins i want for the time being. The 9000s are nice running the dampers at 5-6 in the rear and 8s in the front. Pretty happy with the ride for my driving style, any stiffer in the back and she hops/skittish like in the *** bc its just too stiff with the tires and no weight.
Especially since right now i just have a 3" spring stack in the front to level it and scrub at full lock on my 35s. so eventually i will do a true small lift (i think its 4" to clear the 35s completely) and i'll need shocks for that anyway. Figured out my noise in the front end that sounded like it was falling out from under the truck. RF shock, the upper mount bushing was completely gone lol and the RR was completely blown. Truck rides like a caddy compared to what it was.
2005 F250 Fx4, Crew Cab, King Ranch
8" Procomp Lift w/ ext. reservoir shocks, Trac Bars, 22x14 Fuel Mavericks, 38x15.50 Fuel MTs, O-ringed heads w/ valve job, studded, 5" exhaust, Fass Ti w/ RR, XDP Sump, Coolant Filter, Singer 270Amp Alt, BPD 58v FICM, S&B Intake, Powermax, S&B intake Elbow, Snow WMI, ID Tunes, TSD tunes, PHP Ficm Programmer (Atlas 80 majority of the time), Mishimotor Radiator & Intercooler, BPD Water Pump, Gates HD Serp Belt, Flex-a-lite E-Fan Conversion
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