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Old 07-06-2013, 01:58 PM
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Is anybody running the FOX 2.0 shocks and struts on their truck? thoughts? If not FOX what would you run? I am not lifted and don't want more than 2" of lift.
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The Fox shocks have been brought up a few times on the forum but from what I've seen no one is actually running them. 90% of the guys that have changes their shocks are running Bilstein 5100's. if you're looking to level your truck those would be the way to go.
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Level and need a smoother ride. My truck is off road and in 4WD everyday i am at work. What are your thoughts on a longer travel?
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The Bilstein 5100's are height adjustable (0.7", 1.4", 2.1", and 2.8") and will give you a smoother ride that stock. Plus they're significantly cheaper than the Fox shocks.

Bully's Performance (a site vendor) will hook you up with the best pricing on the Bisteins. Contact either Jeremiah or Andrew for a quote.

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