still on stock shocks. my truck only has 17400 miles on it. it does seem to respond quicker on turns but again, i need to get an alignment cause i know its off. been deciding if i want to get like some 1 in. blocks to lower the rear. if i ever need to get shocks, i will probably go with the bilsteins myself. i had some on my accord wagon and loved them.TwoBills said:So, you were able to get a 2" drop by backing off the torsion bars? Stiffer ride, huh. I would have thought it would have softened it up. Oh, well. Did you do anything w/the shocks? I was thinking 20% stiffer Bilsteins, but that might not be what I need if it gets stiffer when lowered.
I've got a cap and a 500lb. load (see the gallery), so that takes care of the rear. Crankin' the T bars to get the rake in the front seems like the ticket to me. Just need an inch or so, but I don't want to trash the handling,which is my primary concern/profile is secondary,but a little stiffer in the front wouldn't hurt at all. Still tryin to figure out the Bilstein' shock application before I plunk down my money.