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Old 03-29-2011, 12:04 PM
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Your leveling kit will make no difference from stock. Meaning there are not special 'longer' shocks needed. Your stock shocks are basically crap as they do not have the full travel they should, so this would be the only example of needing a different shock. If you were to go over a big speed bump, kinda-fast, with your leveling kit & those stock shocks, you would feel the system fully extend to the point where the stock shock actually limit the travel of the suspension. Not good. Just about EVERY replacement shock out there will eliminate this deficiency. Recommended brands? Many, as most will be far superior to what you have now: Bilstein, Monroe Reflex, Rancho RSX or 9000xd, Rubicon Express monotube, Pro Comp, Edelbrock Performer IAS...
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RAM Pickup: 2010 1500 Laramie Hemi: Magtec Rear Diff cover/AmsOil 75w-110 Syn, 24" Magnaflow, Resonator delete, Line-X; Bilstein shocks with leveling kit 2.75";305/60-20 GY Wrangler Silent Armor Pro Grades; Lift Air Bag Suspension;
RAM Truck: 2006 3500 ST Cummins:Line-X; Leveling Kit 2" with Edelbrock shocks; Ultra Custom rims w/ 265/70-17 Goodyear Silent Armor Pro Grade; Backup Camera/NAV/DVD video/Reese 24K 5th wheel hitch; RDS 51 Gal tank/toolbox; Banks:CAI, MonsterRam 3.5",Monster Exhaust;Pac Brake Prxb.
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