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What shocks do you guys recommend?

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sorry the belltechs ride better then bilsteins thats why I no longer sell or install them on the sss's

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Mando please let me know how your new suspension is, no hurry. Everyone has their opinion to what is their favorite. Just curious on the new ride vs stock.

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One question about the Belltechs... I am running stock height but when I go to shop for Belltechs it only gives me the option of 2-4 in lowered. I like the stock height and don't plan on changing it, well at least right now. Will I be able to put Belltech shocks on my 03 SSS AWD?

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So what do you consider to be the advantages of the Belltechs vs the others? For instance I prefer a smoother ride especially when towing.

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I have the correct kit for lowered or stock height trucks. 225 shipped

I Also want to keep my height as it is on my 03 SSS awd do you have a page I can look them up? Thanks

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Got a question...

 

I have an 2007 classic lt Silverado.

 

Are the ss shocks lower than my shocks? Can I use them?

I.eventually will lower the rear 2" with shackles.

But at this point the shocks are blown.to hell.

Can I.use ss shocks?

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I am ready to change shocks on my stock height 2006 SS and I got a quote of $527 for Bilsteins installed at Les Schwab. Needless to say I am going to order a set of Beltech SPs and just pay an extra $60 - $70 for installation and still be $200+ ahead of the game.

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I am ready to change shocks on my stock height 2006 SS and I got a quote of $527 for Bilsteins installed at Les Schwab. Needless to say I am going to order a set of Beltech SPs and just pay an extra $60 - $70 for installation and still be $200+ ahead of the game.

I changed the shocks myself. Might want to do it yourself save a few bucks. It was so easy I really enjoyed it.

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the belltech sp i sell for 235 shipped. Back up all my sales with 24/7 support and sicne I install these shocks for years already I can answer any questions. Just holler or text 415 519 2432

 

tony

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Anyone ever do coil-overs to the SS's?

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i have been installing the belltech street performance shocks on stock trucks and lowered for years already. best shock to get and I sell them for 225 shipped if you have any questions just ask.

Sorry if this is a dumb question but is this for 2 shocks?I bought my truck lowered but the shocks seem wore out an it rides extremely rough.

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that is for 4 shocks also if keys are used in front ride will suffer a lot when lowering

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I'm not even sure what kind of lowering kit it is but it looks like it still has the factory shocks. I'll definitely be getting some off of you here soon.

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Can you beat prices on Bilstein's? Thank you in advance Tony. -Andrew

ive installed bilsteins on these trucks. The belltech rides and perform better and cheaper price. this is why i sell my kits with them and so no longer touch the bilsteins

Edited by NORCAL SS

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