Reviewed By Mitchell S (New Braunfels, TX) Reviewed for a 2013 Chevy Silverado —9/21/2017 4:04 PM
I installed bilstien 5160 all the way around. Way better than Rough Country shocks!
Reviewed By Dave A (Murphy, NC) Reviewed for a 2010 Toyota Tundra —9/21/2017 3:51 PM
I drive a 2010 Tundra and pull a 35 ft travel trailer ( bumper pull) bumper pull. I have installed the K&N cold intake and throttle body,this Firestone lift kit was like icing on the cake. The lift kit was great,I cheated and had my local shop install it($250) but love the end results!!?????
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