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    Any off-road enthusiast knows that when it comes to performance parts, performance is essential. And there are few components of greater importance to the seasoned trail hound than a reliable set of shocks and struts. Eibach Pro-Truck Shocks are here to provide legendary ride quality over any surface.

    Engineered using the same industry-leading shock technology found in SCORE, CORR, Dakar and WRC racing, Eibach Pro Truck Struts pair perfectly with your factory front coilover truck or SUV. For these rigs, the Pro-Truck Sport Leveling (RHA) kit offes height adjustability of up to 2.5” – making room for those obstacle-clearing, larger-than-life wheels you’ve had your eye on for so long.

    Eibach Pro Truck Shocks feature a sturdy monotube design, 46mm pistons and nitro-coated rods, and have been dyno-tested for optimum performance over time. To resist the corrosion that comes with time, they come in your choice of durable finish option – either black powder coated for Performance and Sport shocks, or zinc coating for Sport Leveling (RHA). Your Eibach Truck Shocks are sold individually and are backed by a 2-year warranty.

    Eibach Pro-Truck Shocks Customer Reviews

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    6 Customer Reviews

    Better than OEM for New Style Colorado/Canyon

    Reviewed by Robert B (Houston, TX) Reviewed for a 2016 Chevy Colorado — Mar 10, 2017 4:47 PM

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    Compared to stock - The street ride of the Eibachs is a world better. The rebound control is excellent, and the compression does not "jolt". Small bumps are still noticeable at non-highway speeds, but the jolting is more subdued. This isn't a cushy shock, I would still call it firm (compression could be softer, still) . They feel engineered for the vehicle, civilized. Versus the Bilstein 4600's on my full size Silverado, these are a little less stiff, but stiffer than KYB Gas-a-justs.

    Best way to level

    Reviewed by Erik B (BOISE, ID) Reviewed for a 2016 Chevy Colorado — Jan 31, 2017 8:58 PM

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    Put these on a 2016 chevy colorado z71. Started out with the 1 1/4" setting. Still quite a bit if rake. I'll be bumping up to the full 2". Fairly easy installation. Good quality ride and a great way to level the truck.


    Reviewed by scott g (Milwaukee, WI) Reviewed for a 2011 Ford F-150 — Oct 05, 2016 8:25 PM

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    Shocks look great and the drive is much better then stock units. Only problem is with rear shocks mounts. The holes are a bit bigger then the bolts that came with stock Ford shocks. I had to purchase different bolts and drill holes in shock mounts a bit bigger.

    14 silverado

    Reviewed by hussam a (SPRINGFIELD GARDENS, NY) Reviewed for a 2014 Chevy Silverado — Jul 13, 2016 1:06 AM

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    It fits 1500 well and rides better than ranshos

    Great Shocks

    Reviewed by Donald S (PORT RICHEY, FL) Reviewed for a 2005 Cadillac Escalade — May 06, 2016 8:31 PM

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    I replaced my stock stocks and springs in my 2005 Escalade with a system by Arnott. It kinda sucked. Bouncy and rough ride. The Arnott system was better than my totally worn out OEM system but not great. I replaced the Arnott shocks now wtih these from Eibach. The ride is more Mercedes-like than Cadillac. The small stuff/bumps dissapear and you are riding on glass - but when you hit the big bumps the valving gets firm quick and you feel them. Overall though it rides better than new.