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Join Date: Oct 2007
Location: murfreesboro TN.
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In my opinion dual shocks are only necessary if your running VERY large tires and a single shock can't handle the unsprung weight.
I have the dual setup on front only because it was on the truck when i bought it. Since then I've replaced the junky fabtech shocks with Fox racing 2.0's valved for the dual setup. they work really well as my tire & wheel combo weighs approx 100lbs each
platinum edition F250 crewcab, 7.3 powerstroke,8 inch fabtech, 37x13.5x20 kumho m/t, 20x10 A/R teflon thug,6 FOX shocks and stabilizer, stainless toolbox, line-x, 4 inch exhaust, AEM intake, wicked wheel, Dp-tuner, Autometer C2 Gauges, kenwood in dash TV/DVD with navigation, sirius, bluetooth and back up camera, infinity and JL audio speakers, PPI amp, 08 diff cover, braided brake lines, onboard air w/ train horns,E-Z down tailgate
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