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Dual steering stabilizer shocks!

Well last night someone decided to put a man hole in the field I was going through and cover it with weeds. Well anyways, my dual steering stabilizer bracket is bent and scraped but okay, my differential has some scrapes but nothing serious.

Well anyways, I am using this as an opportunity to purchase new shocks for my dual stabilizer kit.

Which ones do y'all recommend? Thanks.

And it won't hurt it driving around w/o them will it as long as I don't go off-roadin?

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I've been driving without one for about 100k thanks to a stump in long grass and an 18 pack.

No issues, just expect the wheel to jump with bumps.
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Either Icons or Bilsteins.

What brand of brackets are you running?
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I got the Fox 2.0's with a pro comp kit on 2 of our trucks it's amazing and not a bad price I got em for about $330 shipped very solid kits. Even does good on my 06 with 35x13.00's.

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Either Icons or Bilsteins.

What brand of brackets are you running?
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I got the Fox 2.0's with a pro comp kit on 2 of our trucks it's amazing and not a bad price I got em for about $330 shipped very solid kits. Even does good on my 06 with 35x13.00's.
I run a pro-comp kit.

Just the clarify, I only want to purhcase the shocks, not the whole kit.

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With your tires straight if you can measure eye to eye on the shocks or if they are off on the brackets where one of the shocks goes.

Or if the shock is off give me the comp. and ext. lengths and I can tell you which Bilstein and Icons would work.
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