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2001 Ford F-150 Suspension Systems

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Belltech Street Performance Shocks & Struts Reviews


Excellent Ride

Reviewed By Edwin V (Houston, TX) Reviewed for a 2001 Ford F-150 —3/17/2016 9:58 PM

Back In 2006 I bought a 2001 Ford F150 Harley Davidson Truck that had been dropped for better road performance from what owner had told me, the only thing was that the truck had lots of bounce in the rear and would bang with every road hump or bump in the road. Now with the Belltech Street Performance Shocks both front and rear, the bounce is gone and no more banging in the rear, I wish I had found these shocks 10 years ago when I bought the truck.

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Rancho RS5000 Shocks & Struts Reviews


Great product

Reviewed By Edward R (POTTSTOWN, PA) Reviewed for a 2001 Ford F-150 —2/4/2016 6:27 AM

I purchased these to replace my rusty old stock shocks on my 01 F150 4x4. They were easy to install and look great. The RS5000's helped reduce the bouncing issues on the highway, and does even better with some weight in the bed. I would imagine the higher end ones would work even better, but I'm happy with the performance so far. I would recommend this as a replacement for the stock level equipment.

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Bilstein Heavy Duty Shocks & Struts Reviews


So far, nice ride. Hope to be better control in cross winds.

Reviewed By Joseph T (Mayer, AZ) Reviewed for a 2001 Ford F-150 —2/28/2015 9:44 AM

I put these on the front and back of my extended cab F-150. The backs were a real pain to install. They use a 6 mm allen on the rod to hold it while tightening the nut. Iffen you ain't got a ratcheting box wrench, you are in trouble. Also I don't know how they expect you to use a torque wrench on the nut. The fronts were easier because it was more accessible.

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