Alright, I have a 4" rough country lift on a 08 jk and as everyone knows the shocks ride SUPER stiff and I'm tired of bouncing around! So I'm considering buying a set of factory performance fox shox, now is it as simple as replacing the rough country shocks with the fox shox? Or is it more technical than that?
X3 for bilstein. Although fox is also high on my list. They should bolt right in as long as the travel and collapsed length is the same as your current equipment. Call product support if they don't have that info easily available.
Originally Posted by RogueFab
I just installed a set of Rancho 9000's and love them. They are adjustable. On 1 they aresuper soft, I have them on 3 right now and still have a great ride. I looked into bilsteins and heard they give more of a hard ride. Not what I wanted.
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Fox shocks are great but if your rough country springs are still rough (I know the Yj sets are lower than garbage) then your springs are just going to fight your shocks and then you're back at square one.
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