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I have poured over all of the posts related to suspension upgrades. There are some vast differences of opinion.
I have a 2014 4wd SL with 105K miles. Ride is harsh and choppy.
Never off road, rarely towing or hauling.

I've decided to go with the Bilstein HD's with stock springs in the front, Bilstein HD's with Moog 81085 springs in the rear. I will eliminate the auto-level air shocks.

Am I on the right track to restore handling and ride quality. Thanks
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Don’t forget to have a 4WD alignment done after installing the new suspension components. These trucks go out of alignment more often than it should. Make sure you find a reputable shop/tech who actually has the competency to align a 4WD vehicle with an IFS & IRS. Also, request a printout of the before and after to make sure it was done correctly.
 
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