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Old 07-06-2014, 02:28 PM   #1
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hi, im looking for some advice. I need new struts and shocks on my 04 f150 (new body). at the same time i want to level out the front. i found two products, the Rancho RS999910 struts and the Monroe 181361 struts. anyone out there have any info on these two products? the rancho has built in leveling option and the monroe is stock height but i would buy billet spacers to lift it a true 2 inches. not sure which route to go. thank you
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You might want to go and check out the 04-08 thread and read a bunch of different peoples opinions there. But I will follow suit and tell you what I think. I have the Rancho QuickLift on mine and absolutely love it. The ride is great and it gave me that level.
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very happy with quicklifts and 9000xl's in the rear
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