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Eibach Pro-Truck Shocks

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$69.00 - $290.00 each
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$88.99 - $261.00 each
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Features:
  • Improve your handling and stability with performance Eibach Pro-Truck Shocks
  • Leads the pack in quality engineering to consistently deliver on- or off-road
  • Ready and able for heavy-duty use with a durable monotube design, 46mm pistons & nitro-coated rods
  • Eibach offers Pro-Truck Sport Leveling (RHA) for vehicles with factory front coilover configurations, with front ride height adjustability up to 2.5” (varies by application)
  • Performance and Sport shocks come in a thick black powder coat finish, while Sport Leveling (RHA) come in an eye-catching zinc coat
  • Easy, direct replacement installation in your stock or slightly lifted truck or SUV
  • Eibach Pro Truck Struts are dyno-tested for performance and sold individually
  • Your Eibach Truck Shocks are covered by a 2-year warranty
Description:

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.

Notes:
  • ATTN: State of California Consumers
    warning symbolWARNING: This product can expose you to titanium dioxide and carbon black, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. (For more information go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov)
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Look Great on My Midnight Edition 2500 HD

Ordered a set of these when I realized Bilstein 5100s were backordered everywhere. I read a very positive review that compared both sets of shocks, and because I've had experience with Eibach products in the past, I figured I'd try them out. Not the first brand I think of when buying shocks for 4WD trucks, but they look great and are performing well. Haven't really put them to the test but I like them better than the rusty OEM Ranchos that came on the truck.
Posted By Timothy K (Mount Joy , PA ) / May 4, 2021
1998 Toyota Camry
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Install for 2002 Yukon Denali

Received my shocks within 7 days after I ordered and the install was pretty simple both the back and Front went on with no to little difficulty. I love the way my truck rides now
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Posted By Eric B (Beverly, OH) / July 21, 2018
2002 GMC Yukon
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Great ride quality

Eibach shocks are great on my 2015 Chevy Colorado. I use them with my stock springs and set it for 1.5" of front lift. They reduce body roll a lot more than I was expecting and soak up the bumps. I definitely recommend them.
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Posted By Chas S (Raleigh, NC) / December 15, 2017
2015 Chevy Colorado
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Pro truck shocks on 2016 GMC Canyon 2wd

Stock suspension is pretty soft. Lots of body lean in corners. I wanted a stiffer ride,level the front and fit all terrains. Definitely firmer ride but that's what I wanted. Should settle more with some more miles.the full 2" lift in front had me 3/4" high in front. May do 1" blocks in back.I don't hammer my truck off road, I just want to get to places off road and not get stuck.also went to 265-75-16 perelli scorpion atr. An inch or so taller but keep the gas mileage, instead of going to a wide
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Posted By Karl M (SAN MARCOS, CA) / December 13, 2017
2016 GMC Canyon
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Very good solution for my truck

Very good solution for my truck, increase the ride
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Posted By Raul L (Laredo, TX) / December 1, 2017
2015 Ford F-150
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Great shocks!

Greatly helped the ride of my lifted 2017 Colorado. Much better rebound dampening than stock.
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Posted By Cassey J (MINERAL WELLS, TX) / October 27, 2017
2017 Chevy Colorado
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Eibach shock

Great product. Looks nice and rides great.
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Posted By Shannon C (BOYDTON, VA) / August 31, 2017
2004 Chevy Tahoe
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Eibachs for 2016 Chevy Colorado

Fast delivery, fairly easy install. Ride quality is great, & they leveled my front with the rear.
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Posted By David M (SAN ANTONIO, TX) / July 17, 2017
2016 Chevy Colorado
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Better than OEM for New Style Colorado/Canyon

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.
Posted By Robert B (Houston, TX) / March 10, 2017
2016 Chevy Colorado
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Best way to level

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.
Posted By Erik B (BOISE, ID) / January 31, 2017
2016 Chevy Colorado
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Smooth

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.
Posted By scott g (Milwaukee, WI) / October 5, 2016
2020 Dodge Durango
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14 silverado

It fits 1500 well and rides better than ranshos
Posted By hussam a (SPRINGFIELD GARDENS, NY) / July 13, 2016
2014 Chevy Silverado
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Great Shocks

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.
Posted By Donald S (PORT RICHEY, FL) / May 6, 2016
2005 Cadillac Escalade
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2002 Cadillac Escalade

Quick and easy installation of the overall rider performance greatly improved and cost less than half of what it would've cost to replace with the OEM air ride suspension, definitely recommend
Posted By G.T. E (Raleigh, NC) / March 23, 2016
2002 Cadillac Escalade
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