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Old 02-04-2008, 01:32 AM   #36 (permalink)
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Join Date: May 2007
Location: Riverbank, CA
Posts: 78

What type of update are you seeking? Price, quality, performance, satisfaction?

I know there are a few others who have made the plunge so to speak, but I am still very happy the Sulastics are on our truck. The price was worth it for the results obtained.

I have not heard from anyone who has the springs, complain about them not doing what they were designed to do. I feel like it would have been a mistake to go the shocks route, since they only make the ride stiffer instead of softer, especially in normal everyday driving conditions.

If you are looking for a more cushioned ride to the rear end, I don't think you can make a better choice other than loading a few hundred pounds of sandbags or maybe a water bladder in the bed of your truck.

Good luck and let us know if you make the leap!
2007 Chevy Silverado Classic LT3 CCSB 4WD LBZ

Line-X , AMSOIL BMK17-BP Filter, AMSOIL/INGEN Air Intake, SVG75W-110, AME15W-40, ATL.
Equalizer WD, Laverne SS Side Bars,
Sulastic Rubber Springs, Fumoto F-106 Drain Valve
Stainless OEM FF Bleeder Screw
DuraFlaps CF2SS, CR2XLSS
Hayes Genesis Brake Controller
2007 Keystone Cougar 243RKS
Nicktane Fuel System (since 10/27/07)
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