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You can spot a lowered truck running lifted-rig shocks from a mile away—every time they hit a pothole or roll over a speed bump, they scrape the road and send a shower of sparks streaming out their backside. If you're running at stock height or lower to the ground, avoid the sparks by going with a set of Pro Comp Toxic Shocks.
Custom engineered with a shorter travel range, Toxic Shocks keep your sport truck's underside from belly flopping the asphalt. At the same time, the 10-stage velocity-sensitive valving allows the shock to read the road conditions and adjust, staying smooth when the street's in good condition and stiffening up when you hit rough patches.
Your Toxic Shock Absorbers are designed from the inside out for unflinching strength and durability. Their twin-tube design holds massive amounts of fluid to fight off overheating. Plus, the chrome-hardened piston rod is up to 3/8" diameter and connected to a nylon-banded piston head up to 1 3/8" diameter. They even come with upper and lower urethane bushings for extra cushion against your pickup's pushing. And, they're backed by a limited Lifetime Warranty.
Reviewed by jason h (duluth, MN) Reviewed for a 1995 Toyota Pickup — Aug 01, 2012 9:00 AM
really like the shocks. just wish there were more options for height! i have an airbagged and body dropped toyota hilux so finding the proper height can be a challenge. my solution was cut the shock mounts and move em up. crisis averted..
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Asked by Anonymous
Feb 09, 2013 4:41 PM
1985 Chevy S10 Pickup
I dropped my front and rear end 2" on my s-10 what size shocks do I need? thanks
Answered by Nathan S. — Feb 11, 2013 8:48 AM
Hi Chuck, You need the 0-3.5" drop fronts and 0-3" drop rear shocksflag Accept Answer
Asked by Anonymous
Aug 21, 2012 8:16 AM
1988 Chevy C/K 1500
What shock can I use with a installed length of 15.5 inches center eye to center eye?
Asked by Ramon P.
Jul 11, 2012 10:54 AM
2005 Ford F-150
HI Im looking for some front shock or struts need help!
Answered by Nathan S. — Jul 13, 2012 12:51 PM
We have many options available depending on how you use your truck. Feel free to speak with one of our phone agents to find the best set of shock absorbers for your F-150.flag Accept Answer