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Unread 02-16-2013, 08:07 PM   #1
v8jeep350
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rancho rs7000 vs kyb monomax

im stuck between rancho rs7000 and the monomax. i want the stiffest shock possible because my front end is so heave with a 350, steel bumper, and winch i break my fuel pump on my upper control arm every time when the body crashed down on the frame on woops and jumps. the rears are fine with sky jackers. but the fronts are pro comp and way to soft. even the tripple tube rancho shocks i would get but can't find out much info on the tripple tube. so what would anyone suggest on this?

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