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Old 12-29-2011, 04:30 PM   #1
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Fox 2.O shocks

Anyone out there running the Fox 2.0 factory replacement shocks. I have a 2000 Sport with a 4" lift and a 1.25 bl. I'm running 35's I would like to use these shocks, can anyone give me the pro's and cons on them? Thanks

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Old 12-29-2011, 06:23 PM   #2
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I run them but bought them from Savvy. I would look on there site for the shocks. Several rasons: 1. Gerald will give you a great price and 2. Savvy revalved them for the TJ so it is better than buying them from Fox. Email Gerald over on the Jeep Forum.

They ride great and I am very happy with them. They are made of AL so they aren't as heavy as won't hold heat.

I also have 35's with currie 3" springs and a 1.25"BL. You should not be dissapointed with the shocks.

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Thanks, I've done some reserch on them. So far so good again thanks.
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