Originally Posted by hall
shocks have nothing to do with being able to add more weight, if u are going to add more then springs, leafs, tb crank, or things of that nature need to be addressed
As far as I know, supporting the added weight has already been addressed. I'm simply replacing shocks that are not in good shape and aren't really doing much of anything. I guess I should have rephrased my initial question somewhat. Sorry about that. What I'm asking is, should I be looking at heavier duty shocks than the stock ones as an upgrade to compliment the updates dealing with the extra weight or stay with oem shocks? Basically, as there are tons of different brands and types listed, I'm looking for good quality options for front and rear that will be budget friendly and not adversely affect the ride quality.
Sorry if I'm not asking this the right way. It seemed perfectly clear in my head, but may be getting lost in translation.