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Unread 04-18-2011, 03:29 PM   #1
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Looking for a step up from stock shocks

Maybe I just failed at searching but I couldn't find much on recommendations for replacing stock shocks for something a bit better. I have a 2" Daystar lift and I'm looking for some shocks that will be a bit stiffer than stock but still good for offroading. I've bottomed out the stock shocks before going over a bump that wasn't that big and overall they just feel too soft to me. Plus the stockers have started squeaking.

Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think I would just want same stock length of shock since the Daystar lift is an over the top spacer so the shock is not extended any further.?

Looking at possibly the Rancho RS5000. Any recommendations would be much appreciated!

'11 Liberty Jet Sport - 4x4
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