Really? My truck rides so much better with the coilovers compared to the AC coils. I do have icon's but I wont think there would be that big of a difference.I didn't notice much difference either to be honest. I think I even posted about it back when I changed over too. It could be that I have the Rads cranked up a bit so they seem stiff like the AC coils I had in beforehand so it didn't seem different. I even thought about getting a custom set of 1" or 3/4" spacers from PRG so I could lessen the spring rate on my springs and the adjusting collar. I know though that I wouldn't go back.
X2, but maybe it matters what else you had done to your truck. Maybe the fact that it is 2" taller and still rides like stock is testament enough. When I lifted my truck and still had stock shocks on front you could not do 75 down the highway without feeling like you were all over the place, and forget about taking the sway bar off.Really? My truck rides so much better with the coilovers compared to the AC coils. I do have icon's but I wont think there would be that big of a difference.
I didn't know they made anything besides Motorcycle Shocks. Also if they are to stiff lower the PSI in them that will soften them up. Part of tuning is adjusting the PSI.I'm almost thinking in my case its that the Rads need re-conditioning. I am the second owner of them so maybe they don't ride as well now. I did have the nitrogen recharged right before I put them on. I went to Ohlins ( the headquarters is 1/2 hour from here) to get them filled. The guys over there said they could make me a set of Ohlins for the front of my truck if I want. Maybe I'll sell my Rads and try the Ohlins. hmm. descisions.