|12-21-2013 01:05 PM|
|12-21-2013 12:05 PM|
|ohioviper||Im thinking Budget boost = small budget and those higher priced shocks are out of OP budget. Rancho 9ks are more practical and work well.|
|12-21-2013 11:10 AM|
These are actually great shocks and valved right for the JK.
I've heard the regular 2.0's run stiff.
|12-21-2013 10:15 AM|
|WininUtah||I haven't lifted, yet, but I'll be going with Fox 2.0s. These were recommended by a local builder and then by a couple of my customers that do builds. Their other recommendation is King but I don't know much about them. The Fox are about $760 and a place like Northridge discounts 10%.|
|12-21-2013 02:02 AM|
|kjeeper10||Yepppp 9000's for the win|
|12-21-2013 01:45 AM|
|ohioviper||+1 For the Rancho 9000xl 29/30 love them.|
|12-21-2013 12:26 AM|
|12-20-2013 11:23 PM|
|nkotb||Rancho RS9000XL's 29/30'S - set on 3 in front, 4 in back... never have to worry about being to stiff or too soft, just adjust as needed. Paid $80/shock and got one free with Shocktober rebate... Verrry happy!|
|12-18-2013 05:03 PM|
I just order my TF Budget Boost and went with the Bilsteins 5100s shocks. I just order according to the item description for a JKs lifted with 1.5-3" lift.
|03-30-2013 06:06 AM|
Best shocks for TeraFlex 2.5" Budget Boost
When I lifted my 2011 JKU, I installed just the 2.5" TF Budget Boost and used the shock extensions. Now I'm running 35" Goodyear MTr's on 15 inch wheels and am wondering if I shouldn't spring (pun intended) for bigger better actual length shocks over my stockers.
Does anyone have actual experience over comparing them and what do you suggest I buy? If you say Bilstein 5100's (etc), how can I tell what length I need? Is there a serial number for one made specifically for a 2.5 inch lift?