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Old 09-24-2009, 10:06 AM   #1
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Bilstein 5100 Stock Height

Hey guys, another thread about the 5100's, I know. Sorry. Here's my question:

I just want to improve the ride of my Prerunner. Dont really want to do a lift right now. Just looking to smooth out the ride over rough city roads and light off road driving. Would these shocks be a good choice if left at the 0" height adjustment. If not, what do you recommend? Like I said, I dont need the lift, just want to smooth out the ride. Thanks for the help guys.
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Hey guys, another thread about the 5100's, I know. Sorry. Here's my question:

I just want to improve the ride of my Prerunner. Dont really want to do a lift right now. Just looking to smooth out the ride over rough city roads and light off road driving. Would these shocks be a good choice if left at the 0" height adjustment. If not, what do you recommend? Like I said, I dont need the lift, just want to smooth out the ride. Thanks for the help guys.
The 5100's will give you a much better ride. Anything will be better than those stock shocks.
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