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2012 F-250 4wd shocks

I have a 2012 f-250 4wd with 150,000 on it. Shocks are worn out, truck wants to skip sideways when going around bumpy corners...

I can get the OEM shocks for $90 each and install them myself but wondering what the consensus is here on the forums.

Is there a better shock for a reasonable price?

Suggestions?
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Fox are a great upgrade and not to expensive
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I second the Fox replacement shocks. World of difference
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I had the stock black tubes (non-FX4) until 145K or so - replaced with Bilstein 5100s as I didn't want to afford the Fox

Night and day difference, as would be expected - no complaints on the ride and they control bounce nicely. Just food for thought on an additional option.
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