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Been thinking about getting a leveling kit for my truck and wondering if I should be going with the bilstein shocks or jus get spacers. Worth it or not. Let of know thanks guys
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go 5100's and don't look back, you'll be glad you did. The ride is improved, and they aren't too costly.
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Exactly what he said ^^ Definitely spend the money and get the Bilsteins. If you want more information on the differences between the two check out the Guide to Leveling & Wheel and Tire Sizing linked in my signature.
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I also agree that Bilstiens are the way to go.I put them on back first to take the extra bounce away.They controled the ride so good I also put the leaveling ones on front too.Way better then my buddys stock shocks with leaveling spacers and only $100 more.
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Gotta recommend the Bilsteins as well. Love em on my truck
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Bilsteins are the best way to go. They are currently on a nationwide back order right now though. We are looking at some time next month to have them back in stock
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