Reviewed By Austin F (Great Falls, MT) Reviewed for a 1995 Ford F-150 —3/25/2013 8:26 PM
Made my truck ride Soo much better than stock or even the other aftermarket shocks I had on. Can't complain about the price either.
Reviewed By Guy W (Pinetop, AZ) Reviewed for a 2008 Ford F-350 —2/19/2009 2:55 PM
The instalation of the lift is relativley simple. Indoors and a lift recomended. Some drilling but no cutting and didnt need to extend drivelines. Kit comes with extended braided brake hoses. Optional parts you may need. If you have a two piece rear drive line (extended cab and bigger) you will need the drop down kit for the carier. Also if going with bigger tires and wheels and have air pressure sensors, you will need to order the retaining bands for the sensors, not reuseable. Total time about 12 hours at a relaxed pace. Had to wait on the pieces listed above for an extra week. Still looking to really try it out, but average driveablility, very close to stock.
Reviewed By wesley s (Greenbrier, AR) Reviewed for a 2014 GMC Sierra —8/10/2015 12:14 AM
I was very hesitant about purchasing a pair of shocks over $1000!...but all I can say is....WOW!..these things are absolutely awesome!...they hug the road and are super smooth riding and somewhat easy to install! Must have a front end alignment after installation!!...just purchased the fix 2.0 rear IFPs this weekend. ..cannot wait to get them installed bc I know that it will even trick my truck out that much more! I'd definitely buy them again !
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