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Old 06-25-2012, 10:24 PM
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Being that your truck is basically new (assuming anyway since it's a 2012) I think the decision to put the Bilsteins on the rear is basically just one of personal preference and finances. If I were you I would probably consider getting atleast 40K miles or so out of the rear stockers before I switched but that's just me. The main reason I put them on the back of my 2006 was because it was approaching 70K miles on the stockers and I got a really good deal in them from someone who bought them and then needed his money back before he installed them. Good luck with your decision!
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