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Old 11-04-2010, 06:40 PM
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Monroe gas magnums are awesome, I have them on my truck and the ride is very solid. Like a truck should be! Might wanna try them out next time. I love em..They were on the truck when i got it. Who ever else is looking for some nice shocks, check em out.
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monomax kyb shocks.are good for trucks its is the right choice for hauling, towing, or plowing so its good
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Default Rancho vs. Bilstein vs. Edelbrock

I run Edelbrocks on my 3500 Cummins and Bilsteins (5100's) on my 1500 Hemi. If I knew about these Bilsteins before, both trucks would have rec'd them. The BEST shock out there for the money. I've ran Rancho's for most of my life on my Jeeps (I've owned a lot of Jeeps) and they are just okay. About the same level of quality as the Edelbrocks. With the exception of the Racnho 9000's which are adjustable, I'd go with the Bilsteins ANY day.

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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