No. Everything else about the front coilover stays stock. The shocks have 3 settings: Low, which is stock heighth, medium, which is level, and high which lifts it about 2.5 inches.Would I need to change the springs too?
Great quote by the way!
I'm a little confused because I've never seen anything about the 5100 Adjustable Shocks being strictly for off road. My ride is basically a street machine that takes an occasional trip down the Bunny Trail or onto the beach. I've had them for about one year now and have not had a lick of trouble.Hey Cyberbilly!
Thanks for all the info! I just have one more question. First of all, I will be going for 2.5 inches cause that's what I measure the difference from front to rear to be, give or take. My question is about what I read on the Bilstein site that says something about the 5100s being strictly off-road. I get off-road now and then but I am not into pounding the crap out of the truck cause I can't really afford fixing it due to abuse. I just hate trucks that aren't level and I could use the ground clearance at camp and in some of the other hunting spots I get into. I drive to work every day in this truck so I was just a little concerned. What's your take on all of that? Thanks again for all the info...
$350.90 for all 4? Not bad.Hey Cyberbilly!
I finally got around to ordering the 5100s. Got em for the rear too from ShockWarehouse.com. Total bill $350.90 to the door. Y
You were right on the off road question I had . Was referring to coil-overs. Can't wait to get em and put em on. Thanks for the info!
Have a good one!