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They just added the PN for the TB/AT4

 

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Sweet, they also have a LTZ 4wd part number.  I was waiting for these, but just ordered Eibachs last week.  Oh well

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Looking to buy these once they get some prices and people have them. Loved them on my F-150.

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On 7/12/2020 at 9:42 AM, Kyle's AT4 said:

Looking to buy these once they get some prices and people have them. Loved them on my F-150.

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How did they ride on you F150? I have a LTZ Z71 I would love to soften up the ride a little.

Tom

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I wouldnt say it softens it but I prefer the ride with them, more pronounced

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19 hours ago, Fuelie said:

How did they ride on you F150? I have a LTZ Z71 I would love to soften up the ride a little.

Tom

BIlstein will not soften up the ride, these trucks are already so floaty and bouncy, IDK how you want it to be any softer.

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Called 4wp. They aren't in yet but he had the fronts priced at $132 rears $92. All four corners for under $500 will be great.

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21 hours ago, Fuelie said:

How did they ride on you F150? I have a LTZ Z71 I would love to soften up the ride a little.

Tom

 

LOL. If you want to soften your ride even more take the front sway bar off. Then your truck can roll all over the place lol.

 

5100's will give you a planted feel. If you ever go off-road or don't like your truck rolling all over the place 5100's or another shock like Fox or Kings are a good alternative. Much better off road as well. 

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Just ordered the Bilstien 5100 #24-293297 front adjustable shocks for my LT I'm 2 1/4" lower in the front than the rear and  I will set the shock at 2" with Fox in the rear I should be good.

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2 hours ago, bobbobtar said:

Just ordered the Bilstien 5100 #24-293297 front adjustable shocks for my LT I'm 2 1/4" lower in the front than the rear and  I will set the shock at 2" with Fox in the rear I should be good.

From where?

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Ooooh...rear 5160’s...

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Looks like this would be a good way to get 3/2 lift if you just add a 2" block to the rear, on non-trail boss.

 

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YEA!! I HATE the bounce. I got 5100's all around for $433. out the door. Use coupon code july12 for $12 off shock warehouse.

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WHAT  I only got $11 off.

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