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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by UseYourBlinker, Apr 30, 2002.
Dick Cepek Racing Series 77's.
I used Trailmaster SSV's, but going to DT's for length and cost.
RS9012's..... Adjustable shocks are the $h!t...
Pro Comp Explorer ES3000's. Stiff! - Good at speed, poor when going slow.
Rough Country's EZ ride self adjusting Nitrogen...Better than my RC9000s! No more fiddling with settings. /forums/images/icons/smile.gif
i am using:
rancho rs 5000
rancho rs 9000
explorer es 3000
Rancho 9012's Adjustable... and they actually work!!
Doetsch Tech in the HOOUUUSSSSEEEEE!!!!
<font color=blue> Pro Comp ES3000's
rancho 5012 a little stiff but I like them
Trailmaset SSV okay i think a bit too soft, dreaming of bilstein 7100
RS9000's, and ditto to Marv's comment.
DT8000s. RS9000s? pfffffft. If I could get'em for like $35-40 a pop maybe...
Rancho 5000's cause I was stupid and they were the only ones I could find 33" long for cheap.
They don't seem to bad at speed with some weight, but they sure suck when your going slow.
Bilstein 5100 series
RS5000's, they suck @ss./forums/images/icons/frown.gif Miss my Bilstein HD's.
Bigblue, what do you think of those 5100's?
RS 9000s .. love the adjustment. When I pulled my Blazer out this spring the ride seemed a little harsh .. four little turns and it was much better. I must have gotten soft over the winter, eh?
Rancho 9000s in the rear and worn out Monroe in the front. Wish they were Bilsteins all around though.
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