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GM trucks and SUVs have Service Parts Identification Label sticker inside the glove box. This label will have your VIN, Wheel Base, Model designation and a list of 3-digit/character RPOs (Regular Production Options). If you see code “Z55” on the label, you have Autoride electronic suspension. Thanks to our friends at Arnott Industries for sharing this.

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Model: 2010 Chevy Silverado 2500 Duramax Diesel 4×4 Question: I have a 2010 Silverado 2500 4×4 with the Duramax Diesel and I need shocks. It is stock ride height I use it for work in the summer and plowing in the winter. I don’t see any difference in shocks for the Duramax diesel vs the […]

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Make: GMC Model: 2004 GMC Yukon Denali What is your driving style: Normal Driver Vehicle Setup: All Wheel Drive Suspension Type: Rear Self Leveling Question: Hi, I am looking to replace the OEM air shocks with regular HD shocks. I know there are some computer issues to deal with, but I think this can be […]

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Question: On the Rancho web site it say the rs999785 and rs999198 shocks can be used on a 2010 GMC Sierra truck, but states “except Z71 “.  Could you tell me why or if there are lift shocks that would work on a Z71? Answer: Unfortunately that is accurate. The Z71 uses a different spring […]

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Model: GMC Sierra 2500 4×4 Year: 2008 What is your driving style: Heavy Towing Vehicle Setup: Four Wheel Drive Suspension Type: Regular Shocks or Struts Question: I own a 2008 4×4 2500HD CrewCab. My 5th wheel goes about 11000# with a 1400# pin weight. What model number shocks would/do you recommend for my needs? Answer: […]

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Make: GMC Model: Canyon Year: 2006 What is your driving style: Normal Driver Vehicle Setup: 4 Wheel Drive Suspension Type: Regular Shocks or Struts Question: I currently tow a pop-up trailer(~3K lbs when loaded)  frequently every summer with a lot of mountain driving.  The current rear suspension is soft and I’m looking a something to […]

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Make: GMC Model: K2500 HD Sierra Year: 2001 Chassis Designation: 4WD Crew Cab What is your driving style: Hard Performance Driver Vehicle Setup: 4 Wheel Drive Suspension Type: Regular Shocks or Struts Question: My truck is a K2500 HD 4 door crew cab.  I am looking for a good heavy duty shock I was told […]

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2004 GMC Yukon XL Denali Shocks

Make: GMC Model: Yukon XL Denali Year: 2004 Chassis Designation: 1500 Driving Style: Luxury Driver Vehicle Setup: All Wheel Drive Suspension Type: Rear Self Leveling Question: My 2004 GMC Yukon Denali XL has over 100k miles and I’d like to replace the shocks with the best option to improve ride and handling (reduce sway)for this […]

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1995 GMC Conversion Van Shocks

Make: GMC Model: G2500 Vandura Year: 1995 Chassis Designation: Conversion Van Question: This is a conversion van with 33-gallon gas tank, and a sagging rear suspension.  I need a solution, please, and air bags are a concern. Answer: In 1995, GM made two Vans, there is some overlap. A G-20 Series chassis, and an Express […]

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GMC Envoy Shocks

Make: gmc Model: envoy Manufacture Date: /2006 Chassis Designation: 4wd   Question:   Hi. I have an intermittant vibration that occurs at highway speed. Stepping on the brakes, it reacts like a rotor warped. It pulsates and shakes. When the problem goes away, everything is perectly normal. Someone suggested it could be a shock problem. […]

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