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Old 11-01-2009, 06:22 PM
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Hey I'm just curious what shocks people have put on with the LC coils/ BJ spacer lift. My truck will be on the road soon and its far too bouncy without the shocks.
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first and, since you asked. I am running the Rancho 5009's in the rear. The eyelet on the shock is way to small and will need to be made larger (a trip to autozone and some polyurethane shock bushings that i slightly drilled out fixed this). Besides this, I love the ride they provide and they do not limit "droop" whatsoever.
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I have a list of some of the common front and rear shocks below:
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