View single post by MaDMaXX
 Posted: Wed Jul 18th, 2018 09:18 pm
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Hails from the land of rust!

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I'll second that the Monroe's do not seem to work so well on the Ranger.

I have seen very mixed reviews on the Gabriels, even the more expensive ones, people say are fine, but not great.

I refuse to pay the Bilstein price, but found the ExcelG's to be very good - for the Ranger, there is actually an 'upgraded' shock available, which has dual control for both when it's light (not lugging crap) and hauling.

I only got the regulars, but i'm kicking myself for not getting the nicer ones like my friend did, i might upgrade to those maybe next year.

2002 - 3.0 - 4x2 - Edge

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