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Shocks 1998 k2500 suburban

Rodd

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I put KYB on my 99 years ago. I'm not towing heavy (maybe 7500 lbs) once and a while. Street driving. What do you guy's prefer?
 

JayTheCPA

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I went with the Rancho adjustable. Once I got them dialed-in, never had to touch them again whether empty or towing.

Did not pay extra for the remote control as I do not like adding more things to fail. Sliding under the truck to turn a knob was easy enough.
 

Big T

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I went with the Rancho adjustable. Once I got them dialed-in, never had to touch them again whether empty or towing.

Did not pay extra for the remote control as I do not like adding more things to fail. Sliding under the truck to turn a knob was easy enough.
Had the Rancho adjustable. They lasted like 40K miles.
 

Will L.

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Had the Rancho adjustable. They lasted like 40K miles.
Wow! I have 4 friends local, 3 fords, 1dodge that run the Rancho adjustables and they get long life from them.

Idk what brand adjustable ones they are, either king or rancho that a bunch of the hummer guys are running but they make it ride great and guys are getting a lot of mileage from them. All 4 are same on hummers, but it’s like $1200 for the set. So I am still running the stockers.
 
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