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Old 03-03-2005, 06:26 PM   #1
Rob01SC2WD
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Angry Front Shocks too Soft

I have an '01 SC 2WD Froinier and the front end bounces way too much.
I installed Bilsteins and they were worse than stock...less compression and rebound damping...bounced more at freeway speeds. I have Ranchos on righ now but still want a bit more damping up front. Does anyone know of a stiffer shock? A dual shock mount for the front? Anything? This thing bottoms out over a large speed bump and sesaws on the freeway. Very Cadallic.
Any advice is appreciated.
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Old 03-18-2005, 06:42 AM   #2
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Re: Front Shocks too Soft

I have used KYB gas adjust shocks on my last three small pickups and they have always been an improvement over stock units. Good sway control, acceptable but not great on expansion joints. I plan to install them on my mushy 04 Tacoma. Summit Racing is one source.

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