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Pro Comp MX-6 Monotube Adjustable Shock Absorbers

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Product Information

MSRP: $450.00
Average Price: $289.04
Manufacturer: Pro Comp
Recommended?
Yes: 23 / No: 4

Six-position external dampening for quick adjustments
Specifically tuned and valved for your vehicle
Heavy-duty construction: billet upper and lower mounts, 14mm chrome hardened shaft
Monotube design - 300PSI nitrogen charged
Speed-sensitive valving stays cool as temperatures rise

MX Series shocks are precision engineered and custom valved for specific vehicle applications to maximize ride comfort, handling and load carrying ability.

Step up to quality, precision and maximum adjustability with the MX6. Each MX6 is precision engineered and custom valved for your vehicle. The MX6ís inverted mounting design reduces unsprung weight and protects the shock body from damage. This design also allows ease of fitment with no clearance problems in highperformance late model vehicle applications. Applications for most popular jeeps, pickups and SUVís including lifted vehicles and HD models. Who says you canít perfectly dial in your ride?

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IRPerformance
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IRPerformance's Reviews

09-23-2008, 09:42 PM
Pro Comp MX-6 Monotube Adjustable Shock Absorbers
Price: $299.00
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Great upgrade over my blown stock shocks. Adjustability feature is nice as I can fine tune the ride depending on what I am doing with the Jeep.


Guns
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Guns's Reviews

09-17-2008, 01:55 PM
Pro Comp MX-6 Monotube Adjustable Shock Absorbers
Price: $450.00
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Theses babies rock! They are smooth on the road and even smoother offroad. Great stability and control. I haven't messed with the adjustable portion. I like my ride soft so I left them on the softest setting. They've been in for 4 months or so and no problems.


QuadraTokn

Registered User
QuadraTokn's Reviews

04-21-2008, 09:45 PM
Pro Comp MX-6 Monotube Adjustable Shock Absorbers
Price: $300.00
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Very comfortable!


_Kyle_

Registered User
_Kyle_'s Reviews

04-11-2008, 11:22 PM
Pro Comp MX-6 Monotube Adjustable Shock Absorbers
Price: $299.00
Recommended? Yes

Comments: They ride really nice compared to the stock shocks I was used to. The adjustment feature is nice, especially if you want to change it for off road conditions or you change the weight distribution temporarily (towing). But the knobs to adjust them are a little inaccessible, but its still a nice feature to have.


FunkyCold

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FunkyCold's Reviews

04-03-2008, 03:40 AM
Pro Comp MX-6 Monotube Adjustable Shock Absorbers
Price: $350.00
Recommended? Yes

Comments: mounts can up. clears the spring perch in the rear.


mendelmax
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mendelmax's Reviews

02-11-2008, 07:40 PM
Pro Comp MX-6 Monotube Adjustable Shock Absorbers
Pros: Adjustability
Cons: The adjuster knob is small
Recommended? Yes

Comments: I love the ride that this shocks provide. Over 5K miles on them so far.

The adjustability permits for good front to rear absorption balance- after one day of tests I have set them to my taste, and now I change settings only when I'm carrying loads. They make handling much better than stock. When set to soft settings they are really comfortable (even too soft for my taste), while with maximum damping they are almost horribly hard- the adjusting range is very wide and noticeable.

The downside is that adjuster knob is very small, therefore it's quite hard to turn it by hand after long time of not doing this. The pro-comp key may be the solution, unfortunately I haven't ordered it...


Manateu
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Manateu's Reviews

12-03-2007, 08:28 PM
Pro Comp MX-6 Monotube Adjustable Shock Absorbers
Pros: Adjustable
Cons: Did seem to matter
Recommended? No

Comments: I bought these as a part of a kit. They do the trick for mild shock absorbtion. However, the ride seems to be rougher than the stock suspension. I paid extra money for these and don't believe they made that much of a difference. I will edit this review if the situation improves; however, at this time I would say save the cash.


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