Join Date: Aug 2008
Location: College Station, Texas
No Jerry, just because they are charged has nothing to do with the internals. They are basically the same shock as a hydro with some gas charge behind it. Still the crappy twin tube design. Hated both my hydro and nitro sets.... Heres some info
Nitro shocks from Skyjacker are designed to adjust automatically to any on or off-road conditions. They feature 150 psi pressurized nitrogen gas, twin-tube construction, and multi-stage, velocity-sensitive valving. These shocks also have an oversized piston head and a 14mm piston rod. They come standard with red polyurethane bushings and boots, and they look great and make your ride smoother, whether you're on the trail or the open road.
2005 Black Rubicon - OME 933/942 - 4" Bilstein 5100 (canister up) - JKS Adj Track Bars Front/Rear - JKS Quicker Discos - 285/75/16
your money will go farther in College Station.