Reviewed By Nagi L (CHARLESTON, WV) Reviewed for a 2006 Toyota Tacoma —12/14/2017 5:53 AM
looking good... exited to put this on my truck soon
Reviewed By Chris D (KALAMAZOO, MI) Reviewed for a 2009 Dodge Ram —12/13/2017 4:27 AM
Had to wait a while do to a back order but a fair price. I did some testing on some rough roads played with adjustments. Some Corners that used to cause my truck to kick sideways don't anymore Tires seem to stick to the pavement now the overall feel is a little firmer than stock which what I was looking for. Street use I'm right around setting 3 front and back yet you can feel the suspension move and the body roll really reduced with the shocks. Haven't tested offroad.
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