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Old 04-02-2010, 04:34 PM
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ICON shocks. Wow!

Installed everthing I ordered from Truck Toyz the other day which included( ICON shocks, 6" rear ICON blocks, and 1" ICON TEI spacer up front) and brought the truck up a bit and rides night and day difference than the Rancho shocks I had before. The truck sits perfect and love the new stance. Also installed new Dynatrac ball joints to upgrade from the stock ones and an Edge Insight. I'll post some new pics up this weekend. Thanks Truck Toyz for the great customer service and advice.
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I agree!!!! TruckToyz has great service and have always taken care of their customers!

Can't wait to see pics.
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x3 on Truck Toyz... great to deal with!
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Glad to hear that you are liking the new shocks. Amazing the difference shocks can make
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Sounds good. How much do the dynatrac ball joints run?
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Here are some pics with the new shocks and lifted a bit more. Went on a 6 hour trip today and cant believe how smooth the truck was on the highway. Also the steering felt a lot tighter and like a brand new truck again. I paid 500 for the ball joints from RPM Offroad.







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The truck looks great!

Hey, just curious, do you keep a lot of weight in the bed of your truck? Your overload spring is just about touching the bump pad ... is that where it sits with your truck unloaded? Just wondering ...
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Nice looking truck!
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The truck looks great!

Hey, just curious, do you keep a lot of weight in the bed of your truck? Your overload spring is just about touching the bump pad ... is that where it sits with your truck unloaded? Just wondering ...
Thanks guys! Its always nice to hear someone else giving props to your hard work and lots of money spent. As far as the overload spring I do around work every once and awhile but not everyday, and nothing is in it when I took those pics. I guess I never paid attention to the overload spring and where it sat. I dont remember where it was at before I put the new blocks in the back, but should that make a difference. Here is another picture of it taken when i was parked on a flat spot tonight. Is it not suppose to be that close?



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