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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Knight15 View Post
    I’m running Fox 2.0 shocks for 4-6” lift and I really like them so far.


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    What length are your coils

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coop View Post
    I would contact Exodus Jeeps. He regularly participates on the Forum and has good advice, experience and is an approved vendor. Northridge pricing and customer service isn’t always the best.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mybadjk View Post
    I was pretty much the same as you. Switched to 4” plush rides and front king 2.5s get here tomorrow. The plush rides and fox seem to ride nice. I rode in a Jeep that had the falcons and they seemed really nice.


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    My info here won't help the OP, but for Mybadjk: I had Fox 2.0 performance shocks with rock krawler springs and the ride was nice, but they sagged bad. I put in the EVO plush rides and with the shocks, I thought it rode like crap. My issue was it felt like the fox shocks have a ton of compression but no rebound. Best example, driving down a road that has side roads coming into it. Every time the pavement rose where a street came in, the jeep would rise up really fast, then take it's time settling down. It would throw my head around (head toss?). hard to explain. I put in the evo spec kings and everything is right with the world in terms of dampening.

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    Advice on coils and shox

    Quote Originally Posted by zombie hunter View Post
    What length are your coils

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    They are Rusty’s off-road 3.25” , but they netted close to 4”.
    I’m also running a 3/4” spacer in the front to level it out.


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    For progressive coils, I recommend Metalcloak and Synergy.

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    Drove a coworkers jeep all the time... His jeep was equipped with fox shocks and rubicon express coils, super rough, hated it. So I got rock krawler. Thought it was pretty good until I drove a jeep with the off road Evo plush rides. There is a reason their called plush rides, would recommend them.


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