Reviewed By daniel j (Lawton, OK) Reviewed for a 2014 Cadillac ATS —3/1/2015 12:51 PM
Made the ride just a little firmer but not bad. Has a little more rebound than stock springs but thats expected. Not too terrible to install.
Reviewed By Lawnrence C (Panama City, FL) Reviewed for a 2012 Cadillac SRX —6/25/2013 11:39 AM
I'm an old dude, not a wrench turner but I watched the video and thought .... I can do this ! And, I did. It was a bit tough w/o a lift but if you can support the truck by the frame and remove the wheels, you can do by yourself. That said, using a lift and being able to have full access to the under carriage would make it sooo much easier and quicker. TIP: microwave some water and warm the ends of the air hose to get them to slip on fittings with ease.
Reviewed By Richard S (KEYSTONE, SD) Reviewed for a 2015 Ford F-250 —3/26/2015 10:47 PM
My second pair of ride rites. First pair was installed on a 99 F250 and went on easy. The 2015 F250 has several lines (tank vent and others) that are attached on the inside of the frame channel on the drivers side. These must be released from their attaching points and re routed and protected from rubbing on the top ride rite mount...that took the longest to do to ensure no damage to the lines was done during install and after from chaffing and rubbing on top mount.