SUSPENSION Need help picking a suspension

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I am currently looking and leaning towards getting the 6112 & 5160 setup from bilstein but also have looked a little at the Fox 2.0 and radflo 2.0. Any help is welcome. Thank you in advance
 

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I am currently looking and leaning towards getting the 6112 & 5160 setup from bilstein but also have looked a little at the Fox 2.0 and radflo 2.0. Any help is welcome. Thank you in advance
I’m running 5100 in the front and 5160 for the rear fits 33’s well I like the setup for the price $ and it does what I need lol
 

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I am currently looking and leaning towards getting the 6112 & 5160 setup from bilstein but also have looked a little at the Fox 2.0 and radflo 2.0. Any help is welcome. Thank you in advance
What did you end up going with? Or are you still looking?
 

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I would either do the Bilstein setup or save up a little bit more and jump up to a 2.5" diameter coilover in the front. It makes a world of difference for not a huge jump in price.
 

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I would either do the Bilstein setup or save up a little bit more and jump up to a 2.5" diameter coilover in the front. It makes a world of difference for not a huge jump in price.
Yea I went with the bilstien 5100 front and 5160 rear and I love it overall :)
 
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