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post #1 of 11 Old 10-29-2010, 09:05 AM Thread Starter
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i have a 2005 f250 diesel crew cab short bed 6 inch lift with blocks in the back iam running rancho 9000 adjustable resi shocks and at 65+ mph on the freeway the rear of the trucks kinda of bounces how can i fix that
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Im not a pro but when that happens is usually the shocks.
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i agree^^ but maybe have the tires rebalanced too. ya never know

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Mine is doing the exact same thing. Anything over 65mph is about my start of it. On some roads, it doesn't seem to to it as bad. I figured mine was probably carrier bearing, u-joint, or tire balance issue. Never thought of the shocks causing it. Can anyone else shed any light on this.

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tires or shocks
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Mine was terrible about this then I had the shocks replaced and it was a new truck!

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I don’t think a bad balance on tires or bad carrier bearing or u joints would bounce, they vibrate.
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I have to check on some new shocks then. I did notice yesterday on the interstate, that when I was on newer pavement, I didn't notice any bounce, but when on 'well used' pavement, it did it.

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tires are balanced and i believe the shocks are good they arent that old maybe 25k on them
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If they just have 25k they when bad allrady, im assuming that's what happen,not 100% since im not a pro.


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