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I finally handled my tires and now I think it's time for some decent aftermarket shocks, the stockers aren't doing it for me and i'd like to gain some extended length for the time when I go 1.5 or 2.5 inch coils over the spacer lift.

So what is everyone running in the spectrum of regular shocks?

I've been looking at Bilstein, Rancho RS7000, Teraflex 9550, and Fox 2.0.

Has anyone here run more than one of those that can weigh in on what seemed to have the best ride. The complaint I have with the factory Rubi's would be excess squat/dive and not a whole lot of control. I'd like to regain some of that control and eliminate the street barge feeling. Please weigh in, I welcome your opinions.

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I finally handled my tires and now I think it's time for some decent aftermarket shocks, the stockers aren't doing it for me and i'd like to gain some extended length for the time when I go 1.5 or 2.5 inch coils over the spacer lift.

So what is everyone running in the spectrum of regular shocks?

I've been looking at Bilstein, Rancho RS7000, Teraflex 9550, and Fox 2.0.

Has anyone here run more than one of those that can weigh in on what seemed to have the best ride. The complaint I have with the factory Rubi's would be excess squat/dive and not a whole lot of control. I'd like to regain some of that control and eliminate the street barge feeling. Please weigh in, I welcome your opinions.

No, i'm not going coilover or reservoir.
Teraflex 9550's are great. I have a set for sale. They are for a 6" lift. I am going with some crappy shocks called rancho 9000xls that have 9 way adjustability for compression. Never heard of these before. They say you can setup adjustability with air for the valving control. Sounds kookie to me. But what do I know.

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Trail use only ok for a rock crawler. But even then.

I have not tried the rancho's yet. I heard good things about these so I bought 2 to try. The body is quite abit bigger. The shaft is also beefy. Valving works when testing it out of the box just playing with them.

My major complaint about the teraflex 9550's is harshness over a small crack in the pavement. To solid. Go through a dip in the road they are great. Take a corner it is fine. Go offroad air down rock crawling these have been fine. As a daily driver shock and driving 90% of mileage to work and back I would look for a different shock. I am.

For the 9000xls the front need to be mounted out a bit more for the body of the shock to clear the frame. The rear I have only a concern for the adjustable valve for being damaged so you could by or make shock skids or mount the shock so the valving is facing forward towards the rear axle. Just need to check clearances.

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I have a jkur with 1.5" rock krawler triple rate coils and Rancho 7000's. I liked them at first and they are still good on the street and slow off roading but higher speed dirt washboard roads they fade too fast. I will try OME nitro sports next.
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Doesn't even matter... Just as long as they're yellow.

Don't fucking call me Pintle either.

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So you're basically saying the 9550's kind of, sort of suck?

I really want yellow shocks!

Seriously though, the 9550's are on the list because i'm a cheap fucker and want to believe I could be happy with 4 shocks for less than 3 bills. Something tells me that I really should be looking at the Fox IFP and the Bilstein. Man, decisions!

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Doesn't even matter... Just as long as they're yellow.

Don't fucking call me Pintle either.
Not even kidding, I added the yellow shock bit into my response to Assfault before I saw your response. Too fuckin funny! PintlerExPube, has a ring to it...

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lmao... Too funny. I have no doubt since you didn't even quote me.

"The Misadventures of Tac-n-Pintle".

Now THAT has a ring to it.

Sounds like an equestrian porno.

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I have a jkur with 1.5" rock krawler triple rate coils and Rancho 7000's. I liked them at first and they are still good on the street and slow off roading but higher speed dirt washboard roads they fade too fast. I will try OME nitro sports next.
You have the approximate setup i'm thinking of doing. 1.5 triple rate, and a good set of shocks, then arms down the road. So the 7000's are decent, but I wonder if the IFP's are better? They aren't much more per shock.

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Fox 2.0's.

I put them on when I put my RK lift on. 2.5" triple rate coils. My take;

I get almost no squat or dive while accelerating and braking, respectively. It's one of the first things I noticed after I lifted the Jeep. It's great. Honestly, I'm not sure if that has more to do with the coils or my shocks, since they were both done at once and I didn't get to try either one independentlly.

I took off the stock Rubicon shocks, which sorta felt squishy. Putting on the new ones was a noticable augmentation in firmness of the suspension. I don't want to go so far as saying that it is jarring, but the shocks are firmer. I also don't want to say stiff, because stiff tends to have a negative connotation...Firm sounds better. Putting the shocks on, I knew what I was getting into...those fuckers were waay more difficult to compress than my stockers.

Offroad, they're great. Dropping off of ledges with one tire I don't get that body sway feeling. I also don't feel like I have to come to a stop and let the body stop rocking after going over an obstacle because the shocks control the sway so much better. Offroad is probably where these things shine the most. I'm very happy I went this way. Word of the wise though, I got the longer ones with my lift from Marcus. I wouldn't suggest that unless you plan on more than the 2" spacers immediately. My 2.5 netted about 3.25 or so average and the shocks don't have a ton of shaft showing before they bottom out in the back. I could actually get away with a spacer or something in the back, which I still may do so I'm happy.

Overall, I'm very happy with them. Yes, they are a firmer shock onroad. I'm okay with it, I actually like the way they ride more than stock. Offroad, they're awesome.

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From what I can tell, the 01 and 03 part numbers are 1.5" to 3.5" compatible. So I imagine the compressed length is probably on the bleeding edge of use with the RK BB I am equipped with for now. Where is Terminator with his tape measure when I need him.

I will be upgrading to coils like I stated earlier, but these factory sponge pistons are bugging me more than I realized.

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When I opened the boxes for mine I thought they were wrong. I think I have the 27.something extended length shocks. I wouldn't dare put the lower shock mount relocation brackets on (there goes that plan) without adding more coil or a spacer.

But overall, ZERO complaints from them. I'm really impressed with the way they ride. To compare, a buddy of mine had a set of Rough Country shocks in his 2011 2 dr. The ride sucked. His coils are RC too. All of his shocks coughed on him so he replaced them all with the Foxes, and even with his shitty coils, the Jeep drives 50x's better than it did before.

And certain current components have a habit of irratating when you're thinking of replacing. I think that's your minds way of justifying purchases. I know I used the "it's bugging me" excuse before

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Shooooosh! No, I need new shocks, these stock units with 12k miles are blown! I saw three small drops of oil around the boot. They NEED to be replaced!

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I've had the fox 2.0 for a few months now still loving them. They're great on road and off. They are paired with crappy pro comp springs so I know the shocks themselves made a big difference.
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I did not care for the 9550's

The 7000's are nice .. A little softer than the 5100

I have no experience but OME would be my only other choice.

Fwiw .. Rancho's rebate thing starts again in September. ($75 back 7000's)

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From what I can tell, the 01 and 03 part numbers are 1.5" to 3.5" compatible. So I imagine the compressed length is probably on the bleeding edge of use with the RK BB I am equipped with for now. Where is Terminator with his tape measure when I need him.

I will be upgrading to coils like I stated earlier, but these factory sponge pistons are bugging me more than I realized.

JADMT missed the 90 day return. Sorry Jad, don't mean to rub it in

JKctaz, Rancho has a 90 day no questions asked return if you don't like the shock.
Marcus ran RK 1.5's and 9000's. Now 2.5's and 9000's.
I run RK 2.5's and 9000's. Great combo Imo.

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JADMT missed the 90 day return. Sorry Jad, don't mean to rub it in

JKctax, Rancho has a 90 day no questions asked return if you don't like the shock.
Marcus ran RK 1.5's and 9000's. Now 2.5's and 9000's.
I run RK 2.5's and 9000's. Great combo Imo.
yup late again lol. oh well I will say that I can blame nobody but myself. the suckiest thing was I originally had ordered the 9000's and cancelled the order and ordered the 7000's instead.
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I have Bilsteins on my F150 and Rancho 9000s on my JK. The Bilsteins are fine, but if I drove the truck more I would probably switch to the Ranchos. I have no desire to run anything but the 9000s unless Rancho starts selling the remote reservoir 9000s again.

If you wait Rancho will probably have the buy 3 get one free rebate again.

I'm running Synergy 3 inch coils.

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I want to know what happened to the res 9000's ?

I asked !! no dice, but A HD 9000 would be cool. Less plastic, brushed aluminum body, cooler looking. Longer travel maybe ?

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I run ARB/OME. No complaints, they work. They are yellow.



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Fox 2.0's.

I put them on when I put my RK lift on. 2.5" triple rate coils. My take;

I get almost no squat or dive while accelerating and braking, respectively. It's one of the first things I noticed after I lifted the Jeep. It's great. Honestly, I'm not sure if that has more to do with the coils or my shocks, since they were both done at once and I didn't get to try either one independentlly.

I took off the stock Rubicon shocks, which sorta felt squishy. Putting on the new ones was a noticable augmentation in firmness of the suspension. I don't want to go so far as saying that it is jarring, but the shocks are firmer. I also don't want to say stiff, because stiff tends to have a negative connotation...Firm sounds better. Putting the shocks on, I knew what I was getting into...those fuckers were waay more difficult to compress than my stockers.

Offroad, they're great. Dropping off of ledges with one tire I don't get that body sway feeling. I also don't feel like I have to come to a stop and let the body stop rocking after going over an obstacle because the shocks control the sway so much better. Offroad is probably where these things shine the most. I'm very happy I went this way. Word of the wise though, I got the longer ones with my lift from Marcus. I wouldn't suggest that unless you plan on more than the 2" spacers immediately. My 2.5 netted about 3.25 or so average and the shocks don't have a ton of shaft showing before they bottom out in the back. I could actually get away with a spacer or something in the back, which I still may do so I'm happy.

Overall, I'm very happy with them. Yes, they are a firmer shock onroad. I'm okay with it, I actually like the way they ride more than stock. Offroad, they're awesome.
I have the same setup, Fox 2.0's (longer length), RK 2.5 Triple Rate springs. I agree with your evaluation. They are firm, not stiff. Hard to describe, but it definitely is an improved ride. Feels more stable than when stock. I love them!

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And wait until next week if we are in the running.

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No one mentioned Fox has two IFP shocks, their Performance Series and the new Evolution Series. The Evolution Series are even more affordable and from what I hear offer similar performance to the Performance Series.
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That was the shock I was primarily looking at, the Evolution series. The Performance series is nice, but 5 bills for shocks, not in the cards.

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What shocks me (buh duh duh psshhhh) is the lack of Bilstein suggestions. I thought for sure that the 5100 was going to be the overwhelming majority of the suggestions. Interesting.

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