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Default Does anyone have the adjustable Bilsteins yet?

I'm pretty decided this will be the way I'll level my truck now(having had lots of experience with Bilsteins on other cars and my last truck). Makes a lot of sense witht the 5 snap ring locations. Curious on feedback with the fronts... thinking the 2nd slot from top will match the stock rear spring height well, lifting the front 2" overall.

Any feedback appreciated... I'll likely take the jump and order these first of the week, will post pics during install for the archives if no one has done this yet.

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I'm also very interested in this.
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I've never used those. I have a set of adjustable coilovers on my SRT8 that are adjustable for height with a locking ring and they work great.

Bilstein makes some nice stuff so you can't go wrong there.
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I am about to change the shocks on my truck and I'm deciding between bilsteins and rancho. 4wheel parts is having a sale and a set of 5100 series shocks are less than $300. Who has the better product?
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Def. go with the bilsteins. The rancho's are okay but the bilsteins are superior.
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Totally agree....Bilstein is better.
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will do. thanks for the input
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I am about to change the shocks on my truck and I'm deciding between bilsteins and rancho. 4wheel parts is having a sale and a set of 5100 series shocks are less than $300. Who has the better product?
Need to check on the 4wheel parts stock numbers. They look like they are the normal shocks for the 02-08 2500/3500 series. TireRack has the adjustable ones shipped for $352(set of 4) but they are out of stock until 7/22/10.
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I wasn't planning on getting adjustables, just replacements. What are the benefits of an adjustable shock?
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I believe Scat has or had a set of these on his truck .
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