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Old 11-04-2012, 08:34 AM
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Originally Posted by Gantman View Post
Hello chad. I have both the front 5100 Bils set at 2.1 and Bils 5100's in the rear for 6Kmiles now and I would describe the Bilsteins as slightly firmer than OEM on the street, and much more stable on rough or uneven roads...Plus with Bilsteins you just can't beat that Lifetime Warranty. JMHO.
same for me...exact same set up and same impressions. very worthwhile and takes that floating car ride away from the truck and puts it back in the more rigid, sport like suspension...makes it a truck again...
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