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Old 05-16-2012, 04:16 PM   #1
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FS: Billy 5100 Rear Shocks

SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD I have a set of gently used 5100 Series Shocks. They have about 20k on them and are still in great condition. They have only been wheeled 4 times. All other miles are highway driving. I am asking $100 shipped OBO. They go for $185 new. These are for 0-1.5" of rear lift. They don't give you lift, they are for a truck with an AAL to up to a 1.5" block in the rear...

0" to 1.5" Rear Lift on NON-TSB leaf springs

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I was unaware that putting 5100's on the rear gained you any lift at all...
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They don't....he is saying that u can use these shocks with up to a 1.5" rear lift attained by either an aal or a block.

He's being safe, covering his ass and making sure that someone with a 2+" lift wont buy these, blow them out and claim he sold them the wrong shocks.

U need to match the shocks/bumpstops to the correct amount of travel, and these will work on a stock truck, up to a truck with a 1.5" rear lift, again attained by a block or aal.
Gotcha, thanks Wolf, you are always very helpful!!!...now my wheels are really churning, Ive been so so close to getting 5100's for the front and an AAL for the rear for my rig...these would go nicely with that setup...
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I was unaware that putting 5100's on the rear gained you any lift at all...
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Gotcha, thanks Wolf, you are always very helpful!!!...now my wheels are really churning, Ive been so so close to getting 5100's for the front and an AAL for the rear for my rig...these would go nicely with that setup...
that is what I bought them for originally and they were perfect; but my truck has morfed into something I had no idea it was going to, thanks to JAndrews
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Gotcha, thanks Wolf, you are always very helpful!!!...now my wheels are really churning, Ive been so so close to getting 5100's for the front and an AAL for the rear for my rig...these would go nicely with that setup...
I actually put the rear 5100's on in my driveway and then added the 1.5 AAL a week later when I had a helping hand.
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Thats what I got. 1.5 AAL and 5100s. Im very happy with it
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that is what I bought them for originally and they were perfect; but my truck has morfed into something I had no idea it was going to, thanks to JAndrews
Awesome, my truck needs a lift from stock and seeing these has sparked my inspiration, Ive got a paycheck, and hours at work alone with TW to help me spend that money fast on my ride...Hello Suspension threads lol
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Awesome, my truck needs a lift from stock and seeing these has sparked my inspiration, Ive got a paycheck, and hours at work alone with TW to help me spend that money fast on my ride...Hello Suspension threads lol
bro this is what you want, whether you buy new or not. If you get 5100s for the front, these are the shocks you want for the rear. A TON of people on here ride these shocks (some have longer ones to compensate for a more drastic lift in the rear) and LOVE them. Bang for the buck, this is where it is at
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bro this is what you want, whether you buy new or not. If you get 5100s for the front, these are the shocks you want for the rear. A TON of people on here ride these shocks (some have longer ones to compensate for a more drastic lift in the rear) and LOVE them. Bang for the buck, this is where it is at
Easy with the "B" word there lol...Im not set on how big of AAL to go with yet, Im non TSB in the rear...youve got a deal tho with this sale lol
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Easy with the "B" word there lol...Im not set on how big of AAL to go with yet, Im non TSB in the rear...youve got a deal tho with this sale lol
these will work with a 2" AAL too, but I didn't want people to contradict me who do not know what they are talking about. With an AAL this is what you want. Anything more though, you want something longer...
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I am very interested in these. Will they work for both a 1.5 & 2" aal? I ask because I'm not sure which aal I'm buying yet. Gonna see how much my front comes up w/ the 5100's & 885's first. I have the non-tsb rear leafs. How much shipped up to N Va (20110)?
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I am very interested in these. Will they work for both a 1.5 & 2" aal? I ask because I'm not sure which aal I'm buying yet. Gonna see how much my front comes up w/ the 5100's & 885's first. I have the non-tsb rear leafs. How much shipped up to N Va (20110)?
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I am very interested in these. Will they work for both a 1.5 & 2" aal? I ask because I'm not sure which aal I'm buying yet. Gonna see how much my front comes up w/ the 5100's & 885's first. I have the non-tsb rear leafs. How much shipped up to N Va (20110)?
Yes they will work for both AAL...
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Ahhhhhh!!! If i woulda seen this earlier today i wouldve bought em! Ive been looking for some -_- haha
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