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and damn they are purdy! I went with the Monroe Reflex and they match my truck (silver). I did not plan on this, but it is a nice bonus. I am at four cranks on my tbars and am looking to go another 2-3 to get level. I got the fronts for the gen II 4x4 (not off road) and the gen III rears. I will try to get them on tomorrow, but it is not looking good. Will probably be Saturday, I will report back.
 

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Sweet Man, Post Some Pics Afterwards...
 

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And most importantly, post how it rides once you have them on.
 

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Pics!!!
 

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Yes, pics please and info on ride please, i wanna get some good shocks for my tbar lifted truck. Ive heard anything is better than the stock shocks.
 

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The shocks went on yesterday and they are great. The truck rides smoother now, no jumps around curbs or potholes and most importantly, no more squeaking from the front end/shocks. I brought her up another three turns to level her out and it feels and looks great. I recommend these shocks highly. Fronts are 911104 (gen 2, 4x4--not off road package) and rears are 911187 gen 3 (stock size).

I know the off road snobs will say bilsteins or rancho's, but I simply did not need to spend that cash when I do not go off roading. I do load the bed up and use my truck for that. We do not all need to be off roaders. I got my shocks for $180 incl. shipping at www.shockwarehouse.com (free shipping was in May--I'm sure it will come around again).
 

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Thanks for the info, im just wanting something alot better than the stock ones
 
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