Reviewed By scott n (apache junction, AZ) Reviewed for a 1987 Toyota Pickup —2/3/2016 9:29 AM
Wanted gas shocks without paying too much
Reviewed By Robert B (SNOHOMISH, WA) Reviewed for a 2006 Toyota Tacoma —1/15/2016 11:02 AM
Leveled with Bilsteen Ride adjusts up 2.75" in front and 1.5" blocks in the rear. Rode on the stock shocks for a while, high milage and over extended. Pro Comp makes the Pro Runner for 1.5 over rears. Very happy with ride on and off road now! b
Reviewed By Fidel G (RANCHOS DE TAOS, NM) Reviewed for a 2012 Dodge Ram —12/19/2015 1:00 PM
I ordered these because the Bilstein 5100 were on back order. I set them at the lifted height and couldn't be happier, but being the guy I am went ahead and installed a lift on the truck a month later and this is where the Pro Comp's really stood out usually lifted trucks have a slight rake up front well with the shocks adjusted there is no rake at all. The ride is a lot more comfortable compared both on and off road.I Would highly recommend these shocks to anyone.
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