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Join Date: Jan 2009
Location: Lafayette, La
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Coilovers by far. Dual resi's will serve no purpose on your truck besides good looks, and will actually make your truck ride stiffer depending on valving. The purpose of a resi is for more fluid capacity to keep the shock fade down when running on rough terrain for long periods of time (dunes and etc.). You won't notice the complete advantage of them just riding on highways and city/gravel roads. But you will notice a difference if you are going from a crap shock to a nice resi. And you will notice a huge difference going from a crap shock and coil to a nicely tuned coilover.
2006 F-250 PSD King Ranch ccsb FX4 - 14" Lift w/ TGC 4-Link, Fox 2.0 Resi's, ARP's, EGR deleted, Cat ELC, Mishimoto Radiator/Intercooler, 4" TB exhaust/6" Tip, SCT w/ IDP & Gearhead Tunes, MO962's w/ 43" Goodyears
Rock Crawler/Trails Rig: 94 Jeep YJ - 12" lift, 1 tons, LS1, 40" boggers... F&R 4-link, coilovers and a 4BT soon
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