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Old 05-04-2012, 11:30 PM
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You stated in an earlier post you have the nitro gas shocks from Rouugh country, btw they are notrogen shocks...and they ride like crap especially when cold. Based on the front shocks I run, I can't imagine them being on the back.
So I have hydros (non gas) on the rear.
I hope to get my Bilsteins installed later this spring and see how they work.
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You stated in an earlier post you have the nitro gas shocks from Rouugh country, btw they are notrogen shocks...and they ride like crap especially when cold. Based on the front shocks I run, I can't imagine them being on the back.
So I have hydros (non gas) on the rear.
I hope to get my Bilsteins installed later this spring and see how they work.
Yea them bilsteins are very good, especially with towing! Only issue with bilstein is the price but from all that I have read is they last a long long time and they're quality.
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