Reviewed By kevin f (north babylon, NY) Reviewed for a 2002 Chevy Avalanche —5/16/2015 7:28 AM
Haven't had much time on the road with these shocks yet. Will hopefully have all good experiences vs rancho twin tubes...
Reviewed By Tim Y (BLAINE, MN) Reviewed for a 2012 Chevy Avalanche —3/2/2015 9:02 PM
These look and feel a lot better than stock. They ride a lot stiffer but it eats up big bumps real nice. Less body roll on turns which feels really good. My only concern would be that there is only about 1" of travel before bottoming out on front struts and i only set it to 2nd to bottom notch. Readylift level+bilsteins=front fender 39.5" from the ground. Love the look. Cost extra to get strut reassembled onto bilsteins. Whoever designed the top strut plate at GM is an idiot. You'll see
Reviewed By Blaine S (Big Rapids, MI) Reviewed for a 2002 Chevy Avalanche —2/23/2015 3:45 PM
It does what it is suppose to do. It levels out the truck when a trailer is attached. After years of pulling a trailer without this, I can't believe I waited so long to install this! Makes pulling a trailer with ease.
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