I did a search on dual shocks here... Seems like the general conclusion was that dual shocks just rode too rough and were designed for a time when the shock technology was not as good as it is now. However, I don't think a single cellular shock is gonna give me the street manners I want. I installed a front swaybar on my 88 burb this weekend as I am trying to get better street/tow handling (at the expense of extreme off-road capability, which is ok with me), but I didn't even help the spongy effect of the truck over uneven road surfaces. When I hit a bump or uneven surface, the suspension feels vague and kind of soft and sloppy- like a truck with shot shocks would. The burb has a BDS 6" setup with one of their standard cellular shocks on each corner right now, with <5,000 miles on the kit and shocks. Since it sounds like 4 shocks up front is just a bad idea, will a single nitrogen charged shock on each corner give this truck better street manners and give it a firmer feel? I want it to feel firm and predictable for heavy towing and on the highway. So, any input would be very appreciated. I am leaning towards 4 nitro charged shocks right now with the assumption that these would get me closer to my goal.