My GoodYear MT/Rs are On!! And Rancho 9000 XL Pro Series Shocks!! (long)
Only problem is, even though your truck is 'leveled', body lift, and all that, you still take a stock shock. Only way I know you can get a remote resi shock is to go with a custom length shock from someone. You may be out of luck unless you get a suspension lift, but shop around.
The remote reservoir does not influence the ride in any way. i.e. my 9000 remote resi's ride exaclty the same as a standard set of 9000's. All the reservior does is increase fluid capacity to keep the shock cooler longer and prevents fading...but you really gotta work a street truck to ever reach that condition. On our trucks, it's probably even fair to say you'd break a lot of stuff before you ever over-worked a quality shock.
'02 F150 XLT 4X4 SCrew. 5.4L
K&N FIPK/Amsoil Filter
Flowmaster 40 si/do Exhaust
305/70 16 GY MTR Kevlar
16X10 MB Motorsport wheels
Rancho 4" lift
Rancho 9000XL Pro Series Resi Shocks
FireStone Air Bags
Autometer Carbon Fiber Oil/Trans Temp Gauges
Carbon Fiber Interior (www.dash-kit.com
Peterson Fluid Sys. Remote Oil Filter
Troyer Performance Electric Fans
Amsoil Fluids Throughout