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which one is a better shock and why?
 

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You might want to search for this topic as it has been beat to death several times. I have Bilstein and am very happy with them.
 

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Me too ..
 

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I'm very happy with my Bilsteins!









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I did do a topic search and nothing comes up.
 

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I had the Bilstiens on my last Dually and loved them. No complaints.


On my new one I put the Rancho 9000 to have the adjustability of the diffrent settings on the shock and they work good too. No complaints. Plus I found a buy 3 get 1 free deal that was too good to pass up.


Either 1 is a good shock so see where you get the best deal and "just do it"


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must of not searched correctly thanks.
 

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A few that have cranked up their torsion bars to lift the front of the truck complained about the resulting 'pogo-stick' ride. That happens when the A-arms no longer rest on the yellow travel stops/bumpers and the suspension can move more freely. When that happened to me, I just reached under the truck and cranked the red knob on the Rancho shocks a couple clicks stiffer. Problem solved.


Can't do that with Bilstiens...





for what it's worth...
 

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Rancho 9000's, for sure. There's no downside to being able to adjust your ride how you want, as well as when you want.
 
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