Take full control of your ride quality with the revolutionary 9-way adjustability of Rancho RS9000X Shocks. An easy-turn dial lets you switch these shocks from smooth highway cruising to rigid off-road adventure and anywhere in between. Lifetime Warranty.
Maximize performance with FOX 2.0 Performance Series Smooth Body IFP Shocks. Featuring 2” diameter aluminum bodies that dissipate heat fast, these performance shocks also boast 5/8” shafts and internal floating pistons (IFP) to isolate fluid from the nitrogen charge. 1-year factory limited warranty.
Boost your rig’s snout to the perfect height with Pro Comp Pro Runner SS Ride Height Adjustable Shocks. These custom shocks for trucks use a 180° SS adjustable collar, letting you lift your front end up to 2.75”, making room for beefy tires or a level look. Limited Lifetime Warranty.
Go with the pros and outfit your rig with Pro Comp MX-6 Monotube Shocks. Featuring a monotube design, these performance off-road shocks reduce unsprung weight, protect the shock body and easily mount to late-model Jeeps, trucks and SUVs. Limited Lifetime Warranty.
On the highway or out on the trail, Pro Comp ES6000 Series Shock Absorbers give you unmatched support, comfort and stability. Engineered for coilover suspensions, they provide 10-stage variable valving for solid performance in any situation. Limited Lifetime Warranty.
Not sure which 2008 Ford F-150 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 all purpose shocks. They look and perform very well.
Great promotion going on now where you get 1 free." —Jeffrey A from Fairfax, VA bought a Rancho RS5000 Shocks for a 2008 Ford F-150.
"Impressed with these shocks. High quality. Can be adjusted to your own preference. LIke them a lot so far" —Steve B from Gurley, AL bought a Rancho RS9000XL Shocks for a 2008 Ford F-150, 2WD.
"Bilstein shocks have a very nice ride, however there is one flaw. The shock has two different diameter sleaves in the mounting. The top worked fine and I could use the original hardware, on the bottom the original bolt diameter was too large to fit, so off to the hardware I went." —Terrence C from Rockwall, TX bought a Bilstein Heavy Duty Shocks for a 2008 Ford F-150.