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Inverting Superlift Shocks

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I inverted (flipped) my front Superlift shocks pretty recently to see how they would look. They ride just the same and Ive had no problems. But it seems that not a lot of lifted trucks have inverted shocks unless of course they are running Fox shocks or King shocks etc. Is there a reason why Superlift and other lift kit manufactures dont usually run their shocks inverted?

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Well if they ever do go bad on me its no big deal because I plan to change out all my shocks anyway. The new Bilstein 5150 shocks look pretty nice. Anybody know much about them?

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y2kboti said:
Moto I'm surprised you are still running Superlift shocks. Mine were shot is no time, when I pulled them off and went w/ Ranchos back in the day I could play with them as if they were an accordian. There was almost no resistance.
I know i need to replace them. Ive just been spending money on other mods that I desire more. About how much did it cost you for all 6 Fox shocks?

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Well I decided to flip the shocks back to normal positions to be on the safe side after hearing some of the feedback.

Jeff, are these up coming Fox shocks your talkin about gonna be around the same price as the Fox shocks that are currently out?

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