I went with BDS suspension shocks and steering stabilizer this time around. They are valved specifically for your jeeps weight. much more so than the others.I like them a lot. My ride is way improved over the Rancho shocks I had on it previously. Hope this helps
Bundy I agree but some people just know everything about everything...Some Don't work every day with their rides and pull trailers ect. Those cheap one's...well...U get what U pay for. Most of us (in this economy) Don't have $400 to lay out so we take the $200.00 sure thing that lasts Have 2 sets one on jeep and one set on Dodge Dakota 4x4 enuf said
Most people are on here to learn. I am a new Jeep owner (2000Sport) I come here everyday to read and learn, hoping to be prepared for when I need a part or wisdom.
I have been reading up a lot recently about good shocks for my Jeep ( in preparation of changing them).
There are a lot of hardcore Jeepers on here who have tried and failed with different products. They help teach us and prevent us from following their mistakes. The shocks you recommended are not a popular choice. A clear cut choice is the Bilstein brand. I recently had a 3/4 ton Dodge Cummins, I read a lot about shocks for that truck before replacing them. Do you know what brand was the clear cut favorite? Bilstein.
Generally shocks are not an urgent purchase, you can save longer to get the best for your situation. Buy once, buy right.
Please do a search for shocks and spend some time reading with what worked for other Jeepers, and maybe what did not. GL.