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Old 01-22-2014, 06:31 PM
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Default Shock info overload


My brain is going crazy from trying to keep track of all the shock info I've been reading for two days.

I'd like to put on some shocks I can adjust somewhate easily, and give me a smoother ride.

These would be ideal if I could ensure the length and travel weight for my vehicle:
Fox 2.0 Factory Series Adjustable Reservoir
http://www.ridefox.com/product.php?m...=25&ref=filter

I've also been looking at these, but they don't seem as easy to adjust:
"race runners" by "sway-a-way" Remote Reservoir 2.25 Series (for some reason the 2.25 are less expensive than both the 2.0 and 2.5)
https://lorenzindustries.com/theshoc...voir_2_25.html

My truck: 2001 ram 4x4 with custom steel bumper that adds some weight. I have a 5" rough country lift with the 9000 series shocks. The ride is a bit rough for me, as my daily terrain is a mix of dirt/rock roads and pavement with monster pot holes and terrible patches.
video of some roads here (rougher stuff near the end)

I'd like to keep the price $250 or less, but can manage $300 per shock. I'll probably just do the front first, and then rear in a month.
Please, any advice is appreciated

Last edited by nicraage; 01-22-2014 at 06:35 PM.
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