NEED SHOCK ADVICE!!! Lowered tahoe

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  1. Stretch5363

    Stretch5363 TYF Newbie

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    Ok so I really need some advice,and yes I've researched and read until I'm cross eyed!! I have a 2002 Tahoe 2wd lowed 2/3 mcgaughtys newer gm style 20's,and I'm looking for a smooth Riding shock, some roads around here are less than forgiving, I know 80% recommend Bilstein,but have also read they are stiff also mixed opinions on kyb gas adjust. Any input will be greatly appreciated. Thank in advance!!!
     
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    05Single afraid of the dark Supporting Member

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    How was your ride before ?
     
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    I like my bilsteins, they are smooth but controlled. Not harsh at all!
     
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    Stiff as hell. Talked to Tony about it and he told me to get rid of the shocks as quick as I could.
     
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    I really don't see how anyone could say bilsteins ride rough, except for maybe with 22's or larger, which I have no experience with. My bilstein 4600's are composed but they definitely need to be firmer.


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