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Old 06-08-2013, 12:27 PM   #1
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Shocks

I want to get some new shocks. I bought my jeep with the ole man emu shocks its got now and i dont know if they are going bad or what but my ride on the road is rough. I dont get a death wobble or anything i have gone a BLISTERING!!! 100 mph in my jeep and there is no wobble. Sometime ill hit bumps and i can feel the bump stops hitting. Do i need new springs as well? Any ideas? I got a 4.5 RE lift and im not sure how i know what length shocks to get. I want to get some of metal cloaks new shocks they just came out with.

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Old 06-09-2013, 02:29 AM   #2
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Your prob not hitting the bump stops. (unless by bump you mean ramp) Jeeps just have a hard ride, especially when you lift them. A bad shock would make you feel like your driving a boat. With most shock companies they will say 4"-6" lift shock by what ever shock your looking at. Only high end companies like king coil want measurements.
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