Get Old Man Emu, they are a good high quality shock, I love them.
RE 3.5" Superflex
RE Upper rear adjustable Control arms
Tire Carrier by Bestop
High Access Front Bumper by Bestop
Dodge Durango Steering Box
99TJ S 4.0 5speed DPG ultimate kit. 3" OME coils with OME LT nitro shocks 1"MML JKS sway bar links and discos JKS F/R ajust trackbars custom made cage with beltfed HK21 mount 32x11.5x15
When I bought my first lift for my TJ, a TeraFlex, it came with Doetsch Tech shocks. I wheeled the wee out of it with that lift on it and then went with a RE short arm kit but kept the same shocks. I wheeled the wee out of it some more. The shocks performed flawlessly for many years. When I switched over to a RE long arm kit and had to go with longer shocks, I again went with Doetsch Tech which RE sales. Once again they have worked great. I have really put this company's shocks through the ringer since I have done many of the hardest trails in Ca. They are a great shock for the money.
'97 TJ--HP Dana 60 rear w/ARB--HP Dana 44 front w/high steer and ARB--5.38 gears--SM465 tranny--RE 5.5 LA kit--4:1 t case--rollin' on 37" MTR's and Allied Beadlocks
ya unfortunately they are kinda expensive, i dont plan on any off road cant afford that either lol, so second choice?
If you have no lift, and dont plan on doing any offroading, why not just get regular replacement shocks and take the money you saved and buy other things.
Original equipment shocks can't be more than $20-30 a piece.