I have a pickup (Ford F150) that is retired from farming and used only for city driving. Front is shock/coil spring and rear is shock/leaf spring. The pickup has new shocks. Still it rides rough compared to sedans. I know a pickup is a pickup, but is there a room for ride improvement by careful selection of shocks?
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