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Topic Review (Newest First)
03-04-2009 09:14 PM
nicolas-eric With a 2" BB you newd 2" shocks for 2" of lift.
IMO OME is the best allround shock.
03-04-2009 09:07 PM
Warpman89 here ya go
budget boost w/ ome shocks-no measuring required and free shipping
Rubicon Express TJ / LJ 2'' Budget Boost w/ OME Nitrocharger Shocks [RE7030OME]
03-04-2009 08:03 PM
KellyK If your going to go with the top of the lie shocks then you should look into getting a better lift kit. You will end up doing it later anyway.
03-04-2009 04:26 PM
how do i know...uh..shocks?

how do i know which shocks to get? I think I am pretty set on a 2" budget boost and it sounds like everybody really respects OME. So the question is, is that if and when i go to the spacers, how do i know which shocks to purchase? I found a website except there are TONS of different eye/eye measurements. Is there something I am missing? Please help a newb out, Thanks guys.

Here is the website with the different measurements.

Results for Jeep Suspension:Old Man Emu

Also, anybody have any OTHER suggestions on a different brand of shocks?

RE twin tube?

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