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Our Duramax has less than 15K miles on the odometer. When and what type/brand of shocks are Duramax owners as replacements?
 

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LOTS of threads on this topic, just use the search option.


Short answer is: Bilsteins are the most popular. There are other options but I believe you will be very happy with Bilsteins.


Good luck.
 

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Just bought my Bilsteins from www.kennedydiesel.com for $260.00 Shipped.
Very good service.


I am very happy with the ride!
 

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i changed mine 2 weeks ago at 300 miles..all i can say is wow what a difference..they were bilsteins
...this thing will corner as good as my old 1500..no more body lean and really smooths out those annoying wash board roads we have around here..
 

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I 2nd the Rancho 9000's. What's not to like about a shock you can adjust to ride/handle to your exact requirements?
 

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I have the Monroe Reflex shocks ($39) from O'Riellys. They are supposed to be the same shock as the Rancho 5000's. Very stiff, no more nose dive, corners better than the pontiac.
 

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Bilsteins Edited by: Blinky
 

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I just switched over to the Bilsteins on my HD 2500 and everyone here is right. WHAT A DIFFERENCE. I was contemplating the Edelbrocks but I found out that a lot of sets were returned because they were too soft. As for Bilstein, my back,neck and butt thank you. Ahhhh....
 
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