Not sure which 2006 Ford F-250 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:
"The 5100 is great for a F250 better than the stock ranchos. Installed myself with zero experience took an hour and was able to leave it on the ground and wheels on." —Patrick F from Valdosta, GA bought a Bilstein 5100 Series Shocks for a 2006 Ford F-250.
"Were a slight improvement over my stock suspension. Nothing special but would recommend." —Joshua C from Cowpens, SC bought a Rancho RS9000XL Shocks for a 2006 Ford F-250.
"I have had these on my truck for over 3 months now. When I first installed them I really liked them. They worked great and rode better than stock. Then I towed my 13k trailer to the desert and it was a different story. The rear shocks worked perfectly, I was able to dial them without any problems. However the fronts were a different story. I ramped up settings from 6 all the way to 9 and the front end would not stop bouncing over rough highway its a little scary. I'm working with rancho warranty dept now, but it looks like I'll have to switch to different front shocks." —Thomas O from Fontana, CA bought a Rancho RS9000XL Shocks for a 2006 Ford F-250.
"I installed these on a 2006 F-250 2wd front end. I immediately noticed a difference: Much better dampening of road bumps and holes..common in NJ. I also plow with this truck and noticed a huge difference with how the front end behaves with the plow weight applied; before the nose would dip around 2 inches when the plow was attached..now the nose barely dips at all..maybe 1/2" tops.
I am so pleased with these shocks, I will be purchasing a set for the rear of my truck as well in the near future." —Frank P from Hillsborough , NJ bought a Rancho RS5000 Shocks for a 2006 Ford F-250.
"They satisfy my needs, my truck pulls a 5th wheel and loads 1 ton on the bed when connected, these shocks cushion the load well. Only issue might be the boot on the shocks runs close to the exhaust pipes, only time well tell how much heat the boots can take." —Don C from Asheboro, NC bought a Skyjacker Nitro 8000 Shocks for a 2006 Ford F-250, 4WD.