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Bilstein 5100 Series Shocks Rancho RS9000XL Shocks KONI STR.T Orange Shocks Tokico HP Shocks

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Silver


Orange


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Recommended Use

Lifted Trucks/SUVs


Lifted Trucks/SUVs


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Everyday Performance


Style

Tube


Tube


Coilover


Tube


Coilover


Tube


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Asked by E S.

7/10/2012 11:45:44 PM

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Stock 2011 F350 SD ext.cab 4x4 dually...5100's front & back? I ask cause the page I'm taken to says "specifically for lifted pickups", but I've not lifted it.

Staff Answer

Answered by Nathan S. — 7/13/2012 3:50:31 PM

You can safely select the 0-2" range shock absorbers for a stock height application. The shocks are noted for lifted trucks because they are more heavily built than your factory shock absorbers and we offer extended lengths for lifted trucks along with factory length. They will be a great upgrade for your F-350.

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Asked by Anonymous A.

6/22/2012 4:32:01 PM

I’m picky about my ’05 Nissan Frontier Nismo

Hello, I was wondering if the Rancho RS5000 shocks are a good choice for my truck. I don’t know about the color though, do they only come in red and are there any other options for other colors? Thanks.

Staff Answer

Answered by Elizabeth C. — 6/22/2012 4:50:24 PM

First off, yeah those are great shocks in general. The next closest thing to that would be the Bilstein HD’s… but these have yellow tubes and with blue boots on them. As for the Ranchos, the red part is a protective boot. Red is “their color”, and they use it so you can show off that you have Ranchos on your truck. It can be removed, and many people do remove them. It’s there to keep dirt out. Unfortunately though Rancho doesn’t offer a different boot color on these. As for the Bilsteins, it’s the tube itself that’s yellow, so other than painting them, you’d be left with a yellow shock even if you remove the boot. I’d suggest reading on some forums about removing the boot from a shock. You’ll find a lot of info out there.

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