Good shocks for the money
Reviewed By Ron D (North Collins, NY) Reviewed for a 1994 Dodge Ram —10/28/2014 4:54 PM
I put these on my 94 Dodge Ram, as the prior set had rusted through. The truck rides much better with these new shocks. Getting the old shocks out of a Ram is nearly impossible without torches, but the install isn't bad at all, as long as you get screwed by the dealer, as the bottom bolts are "special" and the nuts are even more "special". $26 for 2 nuts and bolts. I wish they came with the new shocks.
Amazing Upgrade From Stock With 2.5" Lift!!!!
Reviewed By Stephen H (WARWICK, RI) Reviewed for a 2004 GMC Sierra —10/28/2014 11:27 AM
I did a torsion key lift on my '04 Sierra 2500hd DMax, and it pushed the lower control arms down so much, that the front end would "BANG" on bumps. I upgraded to the Bilstein 5100's, and the ride is totally amazing!! Almost better than stock, and with the Air Lift 5000 Ultimate kit on the rear end, my 40' Fifth Wheel doesn't sag the rear end!! Definitely worth the money and 1 hour worth of time to install all 4!!! Plus, you can't beat the customer service at Auto Anything!!
Reviewed By Tom M (Oceanside, CA) —10/28/2014 9:55 AM
I am very happy with my bell tech lowering system, the ride on the freeway is second to none However the ride on rougher roads is a little bit more unforgiving due to the shorter stiffer springs in the rear But this is countered by adding a little weight in the back. If I had one suggestion I would change the 4 inch lowering springs to 4and 1/2 inch I have auto ride and don't know if adjusting the rod for the computer has any effect on the static ride height if it does, let me know.