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Old 07-27-2010, 04:57 PM
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Looking at getting new shocks and i dont have a clue about any brand... need some advice.. stock truck... 4x4 f250 2002
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I have bilistiens up front and monroe reflex in rear.
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Old 07-28-2010, 09:16 AM
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We sell Bilsteins..best the HO's, if you don't like Yellow and Blue we can get you silver.

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Old 07-28-2010, 11:30 AM
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Old 07-28-2010, 11:49 AM
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Just posting search results is pretty lame. This isn't a wiki its a DISCUSSION forum. I understand some posts come up over and over really is it that bad? You might 'meet' someone new, or even get some new info. Anyway...

I am a fan of bilstiens too, but they are costly. I have read a lot of good things about the monroe reflex shocks, I think that's what I am going with when I get around to it.
My trucks ride isn't bad at all, I think I need them because of a minor 'bump steer' issue I now have since I added the add a leafs awhile back. If I didn't have the 2007 Superduty to compare it to, I might not even notice the issue.

Good luck!
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Old 07-28-2010, 11:52 AM
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By the way - welcome to the org, Fleet!
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Old 07-28-2010, 01:01 PM
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Just posting search results is pretty lame. This isn't a wiki its a DISCUSSION forum. I understand some posts come up over and over really is it that bad? You might 'meet' someone new, or even get some new info. Anyway...

I am a fan of bilstiens too, but they are costly. I have read a lot of good things about the monroe reflex shocks, I think that's what I am going with when I get around to it.
My trucks ride isn't bad at all, I think I need them because of a minor 'bump steer' issue I now have since I added the add a leafs awhile back. If I didn't have the 2007 Superduty to compare it to, I might not even notice the issue.

Good luck!
Scott
no it's not bad trying to get him the most info in short period of time..
searching is actually faster than posting something that has been brought up numerous times.
thanks for your input bud.

oh i run bilstiens 5100
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Old 07-28-2010, 11:09 PM
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Just posting search results is pretty lame. This isn't a wiki its a DISCUSSION forum. I understand some posts come up over and over really is it that bad? You might 'meet' someone new, or even get some new info. Anyway...

I am a fan of bilstiens too, but they are costly. I have read a lot of good things about the monroe reflex shocks, I think that's what I am going with when I get around to it.
My trucks ride isn't bad at all, I think I need them because of a minor 'bump steer' issue I now have since I added the add a leafs awhile back. If I didn't have the 2007 Superduty to compare it to, I might not even notice the issue.

Good luck!
Scott
Why not..search button is 10 times easier..look up chips..see how many discussion there are about them..or intakes..its all the same..no offence but just browsing around instead of instantly opening a thread goes a long way..and you will still meet ppl..its called a PM ..

I run stock shocks..never any issues..why change..
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cant we all just get along
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