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Old 02-16-2005
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Bilstein's 5150

i want to know your all's view on the 5150. The first inbetween shock. Street, and play trucks. Good shock, bad ride quality, will they wear out fast? But at the same time im feelin them 9300 Blackhawks.
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Old 02-16-2005
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unless you are into serious offroading then i would just get the 5100's. that is what i have and they are great, unless you have the money for the 5150's then by all means get them!!!

great ride, they will last forever(well almost ;P) i will only buy bilstein's for this truck and for future vehicles that i get. i and everybody i know has nothing but great comments about them
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Old 02-16-2005
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Get the Blackhawks, they wont let you down...

Oh and get me a set too while your at it!
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