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  1. Bilstein 8100 bypass shock review

    I’ve been running Bilstein 8100 bypass shocks with Synergy springs (3” front/4” rear), Metal Cloak arms and track bars on a 2022 JLUR 6-speed. I’ve got around 7,000 miles and a fair amount of wheeling on them. Bottom line: if you enjoy moving quicker in your Jeep, and have the budget, they are a...
  2. ↕ The Great Shock Debate ↕

    Hey everyone, Looking for some opinions and personal experiences in the great wide world of shocks. Currently I am running a Synergy 3" lift (softer progressive spring rates), paired with Fox 2.0 [3.5" - 4"] shocks. The ride has been great thus far, but the shocks are starting to show their...
  3. RS7000MT monotube shocks for the Jeep Wrangler JL

    Specifically engineered for the Jeep Wrangler JL to provide the handling, control and performance expected from Rancho® RS7000®MT shock absorbers. These shocks provide enhanced stability over stock twin tubes by reducing body roll in evasive maneuvers and tight turns. These shocks feature a...
  4. Bilstein B8 8100 Jeep JL

    Any news on release date of these shocks? I wonder if they would be worth the wait, considering Bilstein pedigree. Here's an article I found on Bilstein's website. https://www.offroadxtreme.com/features/sema-coverage/sema-2018-bilstein-beefs-up-the-wrangler-jl/
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