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I'm getting monroe shocks installed front and back and I was wondering if they will raise my truck a little bit since there new or will they keep it at stock height? there for stock height.
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no, shocks dont lift a truck.
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I'm getting monroe shocks installed front and back and I was wondering if they will raise my truck a little bit since there new or will they keep it at stock height? there for stock height.
You will be dissapointed with Monroe. Any monotube shock outperforms twin tube shocks. Go with KYB or Bilstien if you want good performance.
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They won't raise the truck at all. I know it'll stiffen up the ride a lot over stock. The stock shocks usually suck pretty bad. I've got Gabriel personally and they suck.
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