Koni orange in a 91 CRX
Reviewed By Erwin F (Rio Rico, AZ) Reviewed for a 1991 Honda CR-X —7/27/2014 8:21 AM
Auto Anything only have the rear shocks available. Front shocks were purchased separately and directly from Koni. The rear shock bodies were a bit bigger in diameter compared to stock shocks. The oem protective sleeves needed to be removed because they will impede the shock travel. Front shocks from Koni did not come with front brake line brackets. These brackets will have to be fabricated, making the installation complicated. Shocks performed well as advertised after installation.
5100 adjustables are worth it - Silverado 1500 Crew
Reviewed By Kyle W (MOUNT VERNON, SD) Reviewed for a 2009 Chevy Silverado —7/26/2014 10:01 PM
The 5100 ride height adjustables really gave my truck a nice look. I put them on at the highest setting. They ride extremely well. Very smooth. I also put on new tires - 265/70/18 - replacing the stocks. When all done I got exactly 2" more in the front and it is exactly level. I will be putting 5100s on the rear soon too. But will probably put a 1" or 2" block in the back to help with towing height in rear. In all, the extra clearance is great.