WHY would anyone buy USED rubicon or any used shocks. My buddy threw his rubicon shocks in the trash after ridding in my jeep with Rancho XL9000 on. If you want stiff you can have that just by turning the knobs up.
To me used shocks are like a used oil filter.
Rubicon shock are not the best shocks to begin with just stiffer shocks.
2012 Sport Auto 3.73
ACE rock sliders, Warn M 8000 with synthetic rope
Eaton Trutrac Front and rear
17 inch ATX Ledge wheels on 285/70/17 Duratrac
Cheap is never a good thing when it comes to your Jeep
I installed the freebee hand-me-down Rubi shocks a buddy gave.
They had a few thousand miles, and initially seemed an upgrade to my Sahara JK with 60,000 miles.
In 2000 mile road test, for all but 80 miles, they seemed well worth the cost of installation. Had I actually paid for them, I would be disappointed.
Currently I am researching what REAL upgrade shocks might be.
I continue to go without a lift, and it seems less is written about what choices to make.
The Rubi replacements for me, were "better" in general road bumps, much improved on speed bumps, but "FAIL" on gravel stutter bumps & severe wash board road I had traveled a year ago with OEM Sahara shocks.
Locally Craigs List frequently has Rubi take offs for $80-150.
Jeep Parts Dept. gave me print out for stock Sahara shocks for around $250/pair.
Good luck in your search. And if you find interesting data please post.
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