Reviewed By Oscar C (LOS ANGELES, CA) —8/22/2016 11:55 PM
Improved my 4/9 inch drop on my 2004 Silverado single can by a lot . Rides more stiff and those not bounce like how it use to before .
Reviewed By Michael L (KILLEEN, TX) Reviewed for a 1998 Chevy C/K 3500 —8/22/2016 8:54 PM
It's hard finding shocks in my area period,but when I saw a big name that had them for my K3500 and at a reasonable price had to have them. They preform well for light off-roading and feel smooth when going mudding.
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