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Old 03-08-2013, 06:12 PM   #1
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Bilstein replacing Pro Comp

Hey guys I have a pro comp 6 inch lift and i'm gonna get rid of the Pro comp rear shocks that came with that. I was looking at these Bilsteins from 4 wheel parts, and i'm not sure if those are for rear or if they will make my ride uneven. I don't really want the truck to be dipped, I just want some better but affordable rear shocks that will not effect the evenness of my ride.

Please any recommendations would be nice.

Here is the link to the shocks on 4 wheel parts: http://www.4wheelparts.com/Lift-Kits...er_PQ=Bilstein


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Call Sonny or PM him and he can get you the right shock.
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Hey guys I have a pro comp 6 inch lift and i'm gonna get rid of the Pro comp rear shocks that came with that. I was looking at these Bilsteins from 4 wheel parts, and i'm not sure if those are for rear or if they will make my ride uneven. I don't really want the truck to be dipped, I just want some better but affordable rear shocks that will not effect the evenness of my ride.

Please any recommendations would be nice.

Here is the link to the shocks on 4 wheel parts: http://www.4wheelparts.com/Lift-Kits...er_PQ=Bilstein


If you only raised the rear 4" you can use the bilstein BE5-B110-T5 . I run these on my truck w 4" rear lift and no problems. Btw those wheels are sharp ran those on my previous Tundra
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