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2014 and 2013 rear shocks interchangeable???

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Old 05-17-2015, 01:40 AM   #1
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Default 2014 and 2013 rear shocks interchangeable???

I bought the djm 3/5 drop with the calmax shocks but hated it because the calmax shocks rode horribly. Changed the back to the 4" drop because then I could put my factory shocks back on to fix ride quality. Trying to go back to the 5" drop for several reasons 1 being keeping thrust angel straight. Anyway heard the belltech Street performance shocks ride like factory but they don't list them on their site for 2014. Anyone know if the 13 shocks will fit the 2014 or did they change them. If so any one know any other shocks out there that ride like factory and don't ride extremely stiff? Thanks for any help
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Old 05-18-2015, 07:47 PM   #2
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OK since know one has an answer for that anyone every seen shock extenders for a 2014 f150. If I can't find a shock for the 5" drop that rides good maybe I can get extenders and just continue to use the factory shocks... any advice?
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