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New Fox 2.0 coilovers and rear shocks


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Who’s running these? Can’t find 1 review with the new Fox 2.0 front & rears installed on a ‘20 gmc or Sierra 1500.  Sick of waiting on Bilsteins so lkg to install on a ‘20 gmc 1500 SLT X31.  
Front Coilover: 985-02-134

Rear shocks: 985-24-209

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Who’s running these? Can’t find 1 review with the new Fox 2.0 front & rears installed on a ‘20 gmc or Sierra 1500.  Sick of waiting on Bilsteins so lkg to install on a ‘20 gmc 1500 SLT X31.  
Front Coilover: 985-02-134
Rear shocks: 985-24-209
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I ran that set up on my 2010 and my 2014, awesome ride. I assume the same would be true with the T1’s
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Who’s running these? Can’t find 1 review with the new Fox 2.0 front & rears installed on a ‘20 gmc or Sierra 1500.  Sick of waiting on Bilsteins so lkg to install on a ‘20 gmc 1500 SLT X31.  

Front Coilover: 985-02-134

Rear shocks: 985-24-209

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I have the fox coilovers and rears on mine with 6” BDS. Major improvement if you live in a state with crappy roads. Smooth pavement there’s no difference.

 

 

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I don't have those in the front, but I do in the rear.  Up front I have the Fox 2.5 with remote reservoir that was part of my 6 inch BDS lift.  Night and day better in the front.

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On 6/20/2020 at 9:09 PM, yankeedoodle86 said:

I have the fox coilovers and rears on mine with 6” BDS. Major improvement if you live in a state with crappy roads. Smooth pavement there’s no difference.

 

 

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I also have the 6 inch BDS setup with the fox coil overs and rear shocks.  The front is awesome.  Now I am just waiting for Deaver to make me some 6 inch lift springs, so I can take the blocks out and have plush suspension front and rear.  The rear fox shocks are better than the OEM stuff, but compared to coil overs in the front, the ride couldn't be more different.

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