Sorry that's DOETSCH shocks. They're customer service is superb. Just call them, tell them what lift you have and BOOM they're on the way out the door. I got new rear mounts from them and they got here in 2 days
I'm in the same boat. The Rough Country ones are about giving me a concussion. I just reordered the 5000X after about a year of waiting after being told they weren't yet available in Canada. If they don't ship this time I'll have to try some bilstiens
I recently bought 4 of Quadratec's Q series hydros. I was in need of new shocks and low on funds. They were $38 each and free shipping. I didn't expect much but figured anything would be better than my worn out factory ones. I have to say that I am pleasantly surprised with them. After about 200 miles they softened up a lot and they ride pretty good. If I could have afforded the Rancho 5000x at the time I probably would have went with them but I don't regret what I ended up getting.
I just pulled the trigger on some new shocks... I ended up going with the RS5000X's after reading all of the praises on here as a replacement for the Pro Comp ES3000s. So far I have been very happy with the ride quality after 2 days as its noticeably better. I felt like I was going to get bounced out of the Jeep anytime I hit bigger bumps with the ES3000s but not anymore. They lived up to the hype for me, especially for $150ish after the current rebate.
I run Bikstein 5100's with Synergy progressive rate springs which gave me almost 3" of lift. My jeep rides smooth on and off road. Some folks think Bilsteins ride too rough but not when matched with the correctly rated springs. The new Rancho 5000 X shocks are also highly rated.
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