Discussion in 'Stock Suspension + Bolt On Kits' started by Aloicious, Oct 13, 2011.
Yea I've heard a lot about the billsteins.. That's probably what I'll do
Which billsteins would you recommend for the best ride.. I literally haul a small lawn mower trailer at most do I don't need hd shocks.. And would air shocks be worth doing?
would this upgrade work on the suburbans?
I've never tried it on an SUV, but it might, if you end up giving it a shot, let us know how it turns out.
I suggest the 5100 series Bilstien. I've had them on my truck for years and it rides better then my wife's car. Its so smooth. I will never run another type of shock on my truck.
Looking at the part numbers on Amazon, am I missing something or do these come as a pair?
if I buy 2 of these that will run 112 just for the top mounts.
92 more just for the bottom mounts.
~14 more for the bottom mounts.
Is $218 what it will cost to do this or am I missing something? Seen a lot of post for around half of that.
Does anyone have dimensions from centre of the rad mounts to the centre of cab support? my cab to frame mounts have rotted out and I would like to repair them properly and have the cab sit square on the frame.
Energy Suspension lists the same part numbers for the rear mounts on their regular cab and extended cab mount sets.
Seems to be a very common problem in the rust belt.. I used shock mount plates from railway passenger coaches to fix mine.. they fit perfectly... I just need to weld them in.. and good to go...
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