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    Fox 2.0 performance reservoir shock mounting.

    Hey all. I just installed some fox 2.0 performance series shocks and I’m not super excited on how they mount the reservoir to the shock body. I would like to get some ideas on where to mount it from some of you that run reservoir shocks/coilovers. For reference here are a couple shots of how it’s currently mounted.

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    For the front reservoir I think most jeeps have them situated on the frame?


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    Your going to need longer lines to do a frame mounted set up.


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    Can you raise the res up more?

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    I ran those for a couple years and didn't have any issues with that location. Unfortunately unless you change the braided lines you're kinda stuck with them there. They can be rotated a little bit but your should be ok with them there. These are run on an awful lot of rigs
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    Quote Originally Posted by catahoula View Post
    Can you raise the res up more?

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    I agree. I have the same setup but my line looks shorter and the reservoir doesn't end up below the main tube.

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