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Getting new shocks and springs. Opinions??

need some opinions on the best shocks and springs upgrade for 2006 f250 kingranch
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I love my Bilstein 5100hd

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if i were you i would definitely go with the bilsteins. they ride really well and are pretty durable as well.

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Thats what i planned on going with, but i just wanted to get some opinions just in case. Thanks for the input.
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Icon springs and shocks will give you a nice ride. Bilstein's are always a good choice too.
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Where is the best place to buy bilstein shocks?
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Where is the best place to buy bilstein shocks?
shockwarehouse.com...I think they offer a discount since I believe they are a vendor sponser.

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I have a stock 2006 f250 kingranch with 4WD, Is the part number for the bilstein 5100 shocks model number f4-be5-c335-ho and f4-be5-c336-ho the correct shocks to get?
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I can get you some prices on Bilstein shocks also.

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That would be great, thanks.
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