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The best ride quality is achieved from a "correctly" valved single shock. Call the guys at Bilstein shocks and they can fill you in better. The guy in the off road department helped me out a lot figuring my setup. Multiple shocks are just for show. H*ll I have triples up from and duals in the rear...I think singles look too bar in our huge wheel wells. As for ride like I said they are so many variations in shock design, what they are filled with, and valving you have to really do some research if you wanna actually feel the difference. Otherwise if you are goin with the those junk ones from skyjacker or rancho you could put 5 up all around and you wont tell a difference lol!
~1973 F250 Highboy
~2003 F350 Super Duty XLT FX4 6.0 Powerstroke
4.56 Yukon Gears,Detroit Locker,37x13.5x17 Interco Super Swamper M16,8in Custom Lift,Bilstein 5125 Custom Valved Shocks (Triple Front/Dual Rear),Fabtech Dual Rear Shock Kit/Traction Bars,ARP Head Studs, Sinister Headers/Y Pipe/Regulated Return,175 cc Injectors,Edge Juice Platinum with Attitude,SCT Tunes,Snow Performance Stage 3 Water Methanol Injection,FASS 150/180,Banks Techni-cooler System,Fluidampr,4in Straight Pipes.