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Old 11-23-2009, 05:31 PM
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Which shocks for my 2004 Superduty?

I'm wanting to get a new set of shocks for my 2004 F-350, and I'm looking for suggestions. I like the Bilstein 5100's, or 5150's.

It has a leveling kit on it -- but I've been running stock shocks with no issues.

What do you guys reccomend? My stock Ranchos have 158k miles on them, so I'm sure the truck will ride much better with a new set.

Might as well get a new steering stabilizer while I'm at it.

I'd be happy to go through a vendor on here if someone has a good price on a set of 4 shocks, plus a steering stabilizer.

Thanks!
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I would suggest Bilsteins, I have Rancblows on my truck, when I switch (should have already done it but I am a tightwad) I will have the Bilsteins on mine, either the 5100 or the 5150's are a good option. I can get you some prices if you would like.
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I would suggest Bilsteins, I have Rancblows on my truck, when I switch (should have already done it but I am a tightwad) I will have the Bilsteins on mine, either the 5100 or the 5150's are a good option. I can get you some prices if you would like.
I'm also interested in a price as well for 4 new shocks (with 0-4" lift) Billstiens or Edelbrock and a new steering stabilzer shock...thanks.
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I just installed some Monroe Reflex shocks and a Rancho RS5000 Stabilizer. Great combo for stock lift!
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I would suggest Bilsteins, I have Rancblows on my truck, when I switch (should have already done it but I am a tightwad) I will have the Bilsteins on mine, either the 5100 or the 5150's are a good option. I can get you some prices if you would like.
Some prices on both would be great -- with a steering stabilizer.

Thanks!!
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Some prices on both would be great -- with a steering stabilizer.

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