Reviewed By Hugh T (GRASS VALLEY, CA) Reviewed for a 2000 Ford F-350 —10/20/2016 8:26 PM
This is the second set. I changed the first set after 100,000 miles and they still seemed fine.
Reviewed By Blake T (Wichita, KS) Reviewed for a 2013 Toyota Tacoma —10/17/2016 8:20 PM
My cousin has a low miles 13 tacoma sr5. I knew the 5100s would be a huge upgrade and I was correct. The cab went from feeling like it would fall apart shaking and the truck bump steer over every imperfection in the road to riding like a better than new truck. I quote "it rides like a new bmw"-cousin. We adjusted the height to .85 setting on the front shocks and it doesn't ride stiff at all.its amazing how the valving on these shocks is more aggressive yet they ride so nice. Highly recommend.
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