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Getting new shocks.

Well Im going to be getting new shocks soon for the truck, and I was looking into the Trail Master SSV shocks and I was wondering if anyone has used them and how they compare to other shocks? Thanks.
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you still putting on those lift blocks?

if so get some skyjacker hydro's i love mine...
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Yeah im ordering the lift blocks tonight, yeah I have heard good things about Skyjacker's shocks, what about Bilstien shocks?
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i honistly dont know if bilstien makes longer shocks for our trucks the 3rd gens never checked into it. i know Skyjacker acully makes a shock that is ment of you put on a lift block its just 2" longer thats why i went with them. and i am a very satisfied customer now
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Alright i think you sold me lol, Im going to go ahead a get the Skyjackers. Thanks.
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