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Old 10-15-2013, 10:11 PM
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Just wondering if there are others with this plague? I want to keep the stock height but, fearing the cost of replacing uppers, lowers, etc. bit if I have to bite the bullet, should I use OEM parts or aftermarket? And does any one know about what it may cost. Is this a doable job in the average, or pony up the kong to have it done?
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if you're referring to the front end shudder when hitting small bumps etc i'd def. recommend the bilstein 5100s. i did raise mine to the 2.1 setting but even at that the reduction in the teeth-jarring is greatly reduced compared to the stockers.
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if you don't have the skill or tools, best to pony up.
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