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I had 58,000 miles probably around 40,000 miles towing on my 2011 with the original shocks on and the ride was still fine. Do your truck bounce?



When carrying the loads we do, I change them out to something more suited almost immediately. I have a low tolerance for poor vehicle handling when I know it can be better with a simple upgrade.

Some bounce not a lot. I agree it is time to change them to get better handling. I have been looking at Bilstein (yellow 46MM) series. Anyone used these or others you liked?


Thanks for the answers

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The Bilstein line it a quality shock, but it's too soft for an unloaded vehicle in my opinion and way soft for a load. The 4600 series(yellow) are the softer than the 5100 series (silver).


I would recommend a look at the KYB Monomax. I like these better and they are usually a few bucks cheaper.

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