Not sure which 1997 Dodge Ram Shocks & Struts are right for you? We have over 1932 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:
"These are great shocks we put them on my daughters Dodge Ram 1500 and they have lived up to there name so far we have know complaints. I would recommend this to my friends." —Tim W from Elkin, NC bought a Gabriel Max Control Shocks for a 1997 Dodge Ram.
"Although i have only been able to install 3 of the 4 shocks because of a bent lower mounting bracket i can tell a real difference." —Amoz K from Blountstown, FL bought a Bilstein 5100 Series Shocks for a 1997 Dodge Ram.
"Good fit & excellent hardware, would recomend to anybody looking to upgrade from stock. much better than other stabilizers I have purchased in the past" —Robert B from Gray, ME bought a Skyjacker Nitro 8000 Shocks for a 1997 Dodge Ram.
"These shocks are great. They have made the ride on my truck so smooth. I highly recommend these shocks." —Michael H from Albion, IL bought a Pro Comp ES9000 Series Shocks for a 1997 Dodge Ram.
"I had to replace my old shocks on my 97 Dodge Ram 1500. My old shocks were rusted through and completely wore out. I did a lot of research on shocks and finally decided to go with these. The worst part of the installation was getting them freaking rusty, stock shocks off. They were a pain because the bolts were pretty much rusted on there. After we got all 4 stock shocks off though, it was a breeze. The shocks looks pretty sweet on there and really help the truck out from bouncing all the time." —Phil M from Needmore, PA bought a Skyjacker Hydro 7000 Shocks for a 1997 Dodge Ram.
"these shocks work great. I'm running them on my half ton with a 6 inch lift and it rides better than ever" —Devon B from Salkum, WA bought a Bilstein 5100 Series Shocks for a 1997 Dodge Ram, 1500, 4WD.
"1997 Dodge Ram 1500- My truck had original shocks on it which made it impossible to take them off without a torch and impact wrench.I see alot of reviews say its easy but that all depends on the tools you have and how long the old ones have been on and I live in the Northeast.All I can say is I had to have them installed at a shop 240.00 dollars later they were on and they ride great and look good too.I just wish I could have broke those bolts loose myself but I would do it again." —Mark S from Niskayuna, NY bought a Rancho RS5000 Shocks for a 1997 Dodge Ram.