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Kolak 12-16-2008 07:01 AM

MX6 monotube adjustable shocks - Crazy sale plus rebate!
 
I'm sure that many of you are familiar with the MX6 monotube adjustable shocks -

This is the world's first adjustable high pressure monotube shock. Monotube shocks are the pinnacle of shock technology, offering the best ride control, fade resistance, and most rapid shock response time of any type of shock. What's extra nice is the ability to dramatically soften them or firm them up depending on your mood, road conditions or if you're towing. They have six adjustment positions. They are very easy to adjust - at the bottom of each shock is a small adjustment knob that you simply turn to adjust the valving.

They are available for many Jeep applications, including the WJ, ZJ, XJ, TJ, YJ, and CJ, both stock height and lifted.

There are also universal applications for taller lifts. You can check out the applications chart here:

http://www.explorerprocomp.com/PDFs/07cat/72-91.pdf


Like all monotube shocks, the MX6 are normally quite expensive - $390.00 for the set of four. However, Santa Kolak has a very good deal to announce -

First off, I am putting them on sale for a very short period of time for $299.00 for the set of four. That alone is the lowest price ever for these shocks.

And right now, the manufacturer is offering a rebate equivalent to the price of a single shock absorber. That means you'll get a check from them for $74.75.

Thus your cost after rebate will be just $224.25 - that is unheard of for any monotube shock, let alone one that is adjustable. Here's a link to the rebate form:

http://www.explorerprocomp.com/downl...ebate_form.pdf

These shocks have a lifetime warranty. I've been selling them for almost 6 years now and many hundreds of Jeepers are using them. Feedback has always been outstanding and of course I use them on my own Jeeps as well. These are the most impressive shocks I've ever owned or tested.

Shipping will be divided into three flat rates - $20.00 to the west cost of the USA. $25.00 to the midwest, and $30.00 to the east coast.

PM me with your vehicle details if you'd like a set. :2thumbsup:

xJoshxx 12-17-2008 07:07 PM

to bad i dont have a lift :D still running stock

Kota04SXT 12-17-2008 08:01 PM

Wow, crazy good deal. Wish I had the money for a set

Kolak 12-17-2008 08:38 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by xJoshxx (Post 6194334)
to bad i dont have a lift :D still running stock


They are available for stock height too!

FortCollinsZJ 12-17-2008 08:41 PM

I need a pair for the font of a ZJ with 4.5" lift. Can I get a price for just two?

Kolak 12-17-2008 08:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by FortCollinsZJ (Post 6194990)
I need a pair for the font of a ZJ with 4.5" lift. Can I get a price for just two?


There's not a good MX6 shock for 4.5" lift. They're either too short or too long.

Try the RE monotubes instead. They aren't adjustable but they're an excellent shock. Price is $135.00 for the front pair.

FortCollinsZJ 12-17-2008 09:21 PM

Well its 4.5 with a 1" spacer right now, I am going to be fitting some 35's on this spring, and would like to throw on some 2" spacers I have lying around, making it 6.5" - .5 or so because of a heavy bumper.

I would like to still get the MX6s because thats what I have in the back and I like the six way adjustability. So would 6" work better? (I bought the rear shocks from you about a year ago and ordered them a bit long, planning on going higher one day)

Kolak 12-17-2008 09:53 PM

There's definitely an ideal MX6 for 6" of lift. Trouble is, they are expensive for just the pair - $180.00 for the pair. That's nearly what a set of four would cost you after rebate.

Quote:

Originally Posted by FortCollinsZJ (Post 6195298)
Well its 4.5 with a 1" spacer right now, I am going to be fitting some 35's on this spring, and would like to throw on some 2" spacers I have lying around, making it 6.5" - .5 or so because of a heavy bumper.

I would like to still get the MX6s because thats what I have in the back and I like the six way adjustability. So would 6" work better? (I bought the rear shocks from you about a year ago and ordered them a bit long, planning on going higher one day)


Kolak 12-19-2008 12:51 AM

Thanks for all the orders! Still plenty of time to jump in on this special pricing!

Kolak 12-23-2008 06:06 PM

Still 9 more days to jump on in! :wave:

cooltc2004 12-23-2008 08:03 PM

How about for a Jeep YJ with 4" of lift?

broncofire75 12-27-2008 01:38 AM

What about an XJ with 5.5" just for the front 2?

Shipped to 30720(commercial address if it matters)

Thanks.

Kolak 12-27-2008 06:26 AM

There's nothing in the MX6 lineup suitable for that lift height. Either the RE monotubes are the Bilstein 5100 series would be your best choice. PM me with the details of what springs/spacers you have and I'll make recommendations.

Quote:

Originally Posted by broncofire75 (Post 6244677)
What about an XJ with 5.5" just for the front 2?

Shipped to 30720(commercial address if it matters)

Thanks.


hokies98zj 01-05-2009 09:58 PM

this sale isnt still going on is it?

amc1285 01-08-2009 07:41 AM

If the sale is still going on I am interested in 3" for an LJ.


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