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Old 05-21-2009
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shock value

I'm getting ready to purchase shocks for my truck. 03 XLT supercab 2WD, lowered 2inches f/r
I commute 100 miles daily, mostly on interstate. I want a good ride as well as take a few curves here and there for some entertainment. Not to concerned about stiff ride, but don't want to wear a kidney belt either. I found some shocks in Summit, by Pro Comp, ES1000. Anyone have experience with these shocks. Other suggestions welcome, (low budget)
Thanks y'all


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Old 05-21-2009
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There are a couple people on here that have them. I was thinking about getting em too. Most people say they are a good shock for the price.
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