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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 02-09-2008, 04:09 AM Thread Starter
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BDS Suspensions

Has anyone used BDS Suspensions products?

Impressions? Experiences?

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Re: BDS Suspensions

I havent personally run them, I was looking for info on them before I got my springs locally. They have an very nice appealing lifetime spring warrenty against sagging, breaking etc. A few years back, I remember reading that the jeep\offroad people really liked them and had good success with the springs. But I dont remember anything about them on heavier vehicles. This probably doesnt help too much, but its all I got.

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Re: BDS Suspensions

Yeah, I know a couple of people who have BDS on their leaf sprung SDs.
Not overly stiff, but firm. The shocks suck.


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post #4 of 4 (permalink) Old 02-12-2008, 04:03 AM
 
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Re: BDS Suspensions

Great suspensions with even greater warranty! BDS will replace parts that are damaged in an accident.Like DCS said,shocks suck!They are just cheap Ranchos w/ BDS stickers. Get some Bilstein,SAW or Fox shocks. I have 5 buddies with SD/Excursions and they all love BDS kits. I have a BDS steering kit that's wore out,not sure about thier shock warranty. ???
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