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Old 06-10-2013, 02:06 AM
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Which shocks for a 2WD PSD

I have a 1996 PSD 2wd dually with under 60,000 original miles and the truck still has the original Ford shocks. I was thinking it's probably time to replace them. What is a good replacement shock for a 2wd.
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Old 06-10-2013, 11:55 AM
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I had Bilsteins on my dually and loved them (even my wife noticed the difference). Cheers!
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Old 06-10-2013, 11:58 AM
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what part number for the shocks and how much did they cost
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We sell them..PM if I can help.
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They were just the "yellow" one (can't remember the part number from so long ago). Cary can definitely hook you up. Cheers!
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I'm definitely a Bilstein fan. Can't go wrong. If you order the 5100s they'll come valved for your truck. Or you can order 5125s by length and get the valving you'd like.

However, for my truck which is mostly a tow rig, I put on Monroe Gas Magnums on it. Very nice ride for the price. I got them reboxed as a Napa shock.
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Autozone sells the bilsteins, i think they are $66 for front and $70 for rear, each.
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