Reviewed By Robert R (Howell, MI) Reviewed for a 2003 GMC Sierra —2/11/2016 12:43 PM
The 5100 is a great off road shock coupled with the stainless finish it work great in the north where they use salt on the roads . the stainless holds up well
Reviewed By Robert W (Sulphur, LA) Reviewed for a 2016 Ford F-250 —2/11/2016 5:12 AM
I am a building contractor and have a different trailer hooked up all the time. I also own a 36' Fifth wheel. The Ford F250 has a plush ride compared to the Duramax but as many know it squads a lot when you put a heavy trailer on. The Airlift 5000 bag takes care of this issue and improves the ride greatly. I have mine set up with a wireless one air pump that makes it so convenient to change air pressure on the go. The install is somewhat difficult, I would recommend getting on a lift.
Reviewed By Hugh C (Bridgewater, NJ) Reviewed for a 2011 Nissan Titan —2/10/2016 12:01 PM
I just wanted to let you know this is the best thing I did was get these Struts. It brought a brand new look to my truck. I was like a kid in a candy store when I seen the truck come off the lift. I love it. Great job Rancho. I recommend that if you have a Titan get these quick lift struts. Hugh Chester New Jersey
Whether you’re looking for extra ground clearance or rugged style, lifting your rig is the way to do it. But, do you opt for a lift kit or a leveling kit? Here’s the lowdown on everything you need to know before making your buying decision.
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Adding a few inches to your rig isn’t just stylish, but it’s also practical, especially if you’re big on off-roading. Even if your main territory consists of long expanse of road, a lift or leveling kit can improve your driving pleasure. Find out whether leveling kits or lift kits are the better option to get the results you’re looking for with this handy article.