Dual frt shocks are "so 30 minutes ago" :muncher:i just wanted to kno if it would look cool but apparentl not.
i already have the 4" CST spindle, and i want to get my truck between 6 and 8 inches in the front and 2" less in the back, should i even use a coilover or just blocks? and what is this > :sex0rs:PrerunnerGreg said:Most trucks that run dual shocks are either torsion bar or leaf springs. Since you already have a "coilover" it makes sence to just use bigger 2.5" shocks and use the proper spring. We sell remote res. front coilovers, have for almost 2 years. I can make just about any remote res 2.5" coilover works on the front of a Titan too. But dual 2.0 would be a lot of work and $$ for no benift in performance over a single 2.5". Now getting a single 3" coilover would be nice.
You can run the SAW's or DR's and get another 2-3" of lift over the spindle alone, the SAW's will require new upper control arms...i already have the 4" CST spindle, and i want to get my truck between 6 and 8 inches in the front and 2" less in the back, should i even use a coilover or just blocks? and what is this >
The price on PRGproducts.com is $1150 for DRE c.o. but I think the SAWs are around $100 or so less, but the PRG uppers A-arms, that the mid length SAWs require, are around $600, or $550 for TC brand.Jonny Sock0 said:the DR's wont??
are they more expensive or something
i just want the prerunner look wit a low budget.