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Unread 01-25-2006, 10:29 PM   #1
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ProComp MX6 adjustable shocks - four day special

I've decided to run a little special on MX6 shocks -

As many of you know, these are a high pressure monotube shock. This type of shock technology has the best fade resistance, most rapid shock response time, and best ride control of any shock type. Unsprung weight is reduced as compared to twin tube shocks, and the more slender shock can gives better clearance with wide tires.

The MX6 shocks take it one step further and offer 6-way adjustability, making them the finest, most versatile shock I've ever owned or tested. They have 6 adjustment settings so you can adjust them to suit road conditions, cargo load, or your mood. They're easy to adjust - just turn the knob at the lower end of the shock. No need to remove the shock to adjust them.

The MX6 shocks have been on the market for about four years now and they've been extremely reliable. They come with boots for those of you who like to use them, and the adjuster mechanism is billet aluminum.

They're available to fit stock height and lifted ZJs, WJs, XJs, TJs, and YJs.

Regular price is $328.00 for the set of four plus shipping. The four-day (well six days if you count Saturday and Sunday) special pricing is $289.00 plus $10.00 for shipping anywhere in the USA.

If you'd like to get a set of the MX6 shocks, either PM me here or email me at kolak@kolakperformance.com or kolak@aol.com

I'll need your vehicle model and model year information, as well as whether it's stock height or lifted. If it's lifted, be specific about the lift height and give me a rundown of the brand of springs and thickness of spacers you've used.

All major credit cards via PayPal will be accepted. I'm happy to accept checks or money orders too, but they'd have to reach me by the last day of January to be eligible for the special pricing.

I can send a PayPal payment request to your PayPal email address if you provide that to me. That will help automate the payment process for you.

Thanks in advance!



Nick Ianuzzi <-Kolak
Kolak Performance and Offroad
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Telephone: 480 998-3661

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Unread 01-25-2006, 10:54 PM   #2
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I might possibly be in the mood to replace my DT3000 shocks that came with my Rubicon Express Budget Boost kit. My girlfriend doesn't like the ride. I need a better riding shock for the roads as well as offroad. I have been told to go OME for the shocks, how do the procomps compare to those?
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Unread 01-25-2006, 11:40 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by Lud04X
I might possibly be in the mood to replace my DT3000 shocks that came with my Rubicon Express Budget Boost kit. My girlfriend doesn't like the ride. I need a better riding shock for the roads as well as offroad. I have been told to go OME for the shocks, how do the procomps compare to those?

The OME shocks are a twin-tube low pressure gas shock. As I mentioned above, a high pressure shock has numerous virtues as compared to a low pressure shock. Though the OME shock is an excellent twin tube, a high pressure shock such as the MX6 will outperform it. Also, you get better tire clearance and, of course, the adjustability so you can taylor your ride comfort.
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