Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: Gainesville Virginia
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Need some experience
I am in the market for shocks at the moment. I have a blown out shock and need some replacements sooner rather than later. I am thinking that a nitrogen shock is going to be the way to go. I pull trailers quite often, however when the truck is empty I am afraid the truck will ride like a rock.
I know everyone is going to jump on the Bilstein wagon... I am not really keen on dropping $300+ dollars on shocks. So they are really out of the question at this time.
I have looked at Rancho 9000xl, but I really dont want another thing to fiddle with as far as adjustment. I want a self adjusting shock that I can bolt on and go.
I have looked at the Procomp ES9000 and they seem to be ok. Has anyone used these? How do they hold up towing? How to they ride empty? I am leaning towards these for the price and immediate availability since 4wheel parts is just down the street.
Any others to consider?
CC, LB, DRW (aka Fat Bottomed)
7.3 PSD, Auto
Mods: AFE Stage II Intake, MBRP 4" Exhaust w/ 5" Tip, Reflex Shocks, Hidden Gooseneck Hitch, Prodigy P3, Ford APCM, ISSPRO Boost and Pyro, Marinco Mod, Foil Delete, Energy Suspension Bushings, Glowplug LED Mod, MAXX-Lift Leveling Kit, 285/75/16 Firestone Destination A/T's
Mods in the works: Inverter and Compressed Air
Watching everyone decreasing their carbon footprint so I can increase mine!
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