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We would like to welcome Shock Warehouse as our newest supporting vendor!

Please take a moment to visit their site: www.shockwarehouse.com

Let me know if you have any questions.
Thanks Guys!

Perfect timing with our launch here on TT. Bilstein has launched the first major promotion in their history.
From today until April 30th when you buy 4 Bilstein shocks for most SUV and trucks you get 1 free. How it works is you come to www.Shockwarehouse.com and look up your vehicle. Look for the promotional banners indicating the shocks that are covered by this offer. Buy 4 of those shocks and get one of the lesser value shocks FREE !

You can find all the information on them here:

Bilstein Special 2009 - Shockwarehouse.com

Many Titan shocks are listed as well!!!

If you have any questions let me know.

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WELCOME To TITANTALK!!! I just ordered something from you guys. still waiting for it. :D can't wait to get it!!


EDIT:

I JUST GOT WHAT I ORDERD!!! EXTREMELY FAST SERVICE!!!
AWESOME!!! We appreciate your business!


Glad to have you here!!!!! Do you carry any coilovers for lifted trucks or is it all shocks only???
I will get back to you on this. Have to check the inventory.


I already bought from you before-good vendor and Welcome!
Thanks for the feedback and your continued business!

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for lifted application 2wd titan, what is the max lift your bilsteins support??

0-5''?
 

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Tmoses,

What year is your Titan?
07

ive heard they dont offer shocks for 2wd titan in the rear for more than 5'' of lift.

but then i say a 2wd titan that had a 4'' block and 1.5'' deaver pack!!!

thanks for the help
 

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ive heard they dont offer shocks for 2wd titan in the rear for more than 5'' of lift.

but then i say a 2wd titan that had a 4'' block and 1.5'' deaver pack!!!

thanks for the help
Tmoses,

All we carry for your make and model are Rancho's (fronts only) here - http://www.titantalk.com/forums/shock-warehouse/88395-welcome-shock-warehouse.html with a max of 2.5" of lift and Bilstein's Front - Bilstein shocks and struts for cars and trucks - Shockwarehouse.com and Rear - Bilstein shocks and struts for cars and trucks - Shockwarehouse.com which have a max lift of 2".

The Bilstein's ARE eligible for the buy 3 get 1 free Bilstein campaign. You would also get free shipping for orders of $95 or more.
 

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I just purchased rears today, replaced fronts last summer, all from SW.

Question. Can they be mounted body down as well as rod side down?

I prefer body down...

Thanks.
 

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Have previously bought from this vendor!!!

Great place to shop!!

Highly recommend them!!
 

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I've got a stock (well, as far as the suspension goes) 2008 Crew Cab LWB truck. During the summer I tend to have heavy loads due to camping gear, wood, camper shell, and the camper.

Which of the Bilsteins would work best for me? The 5100s or the HD. The OEM ones seem ok although the front clunks quite a bit when I go over speed bumps. Nothing major, just the normal sound most people are reporting with their factory shocks.
 

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I just purchased rears today, replaced fronts last summer, all from SW.

Question. Can they be mounted body down as well as rod side down?

I prefer body down...

Thanks.

Dr, what type of shocks did you purchase?



Have previously bought from this vendor!!!

Great place to shop!!

Highly recommend them!!
Thanks Bbbomar! We appreciate your business!
 

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I've got a stock (well, as far as the suspension goes) 2008 Crew Cab LWB truck. During the summer I tend to have heavy loads due to camping gear, wood, camper shell, and the camper.

Which of the Bilsteins would work best for me? The 5100s or the HD. The OEM ones seem ok although the front clunks quite a bit when I go over speed bumps. Nothing major, just the normal sound most people are reporting with their factory shocks.
When you put an airlift kit, air shocks or load levelers on a truck you normally want to put Heavy Duty Monotube shocks on the front to prevent sway.

Here's my suggestion for the Fronts:

Manufacturer: Bilstein Brand: BST HEAVY DUTY
Part Number F4-BE5-B623-H0 $90.85 each


Air shocks are recommended if you are towing to keep the rear of the truck level from the load applied.

Here's my suggestion for the Rears:
Manufacturer: AIRLIFT Brand: Airlift 1000 Air Spring Part Number 59554 $214.33 each

Allows up to 2,000 lbs. of leveling support for towing and hauling.

Feel free to contact me with any questions you may have!
 

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Glad to have you here!!!!! Do you carry any coilovers for lifted trucks or is it all shocks only???
Pops,

This is for an Armada:

Rancho offers premade coil-overs -
Rancho RS9000X Pro Series Coil Over Shocks with Reservoir - Shockwarehouse.com

or

Bilstein can custom make coil-overs to specific racing specs.
They are built to order, takes about 3-4 weeks.
Those spec sheets are here -
7100s and 9100s -
Bilstein

If you can give me the parts number of the build unit you need and we can price it from there.
 
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