Anybody riding on Fox 2.0 IFP shocks?

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I'm curious how the Fox 2.0 IFP shocks ride on road...will anybody running them please provide a review? Thanks!
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We ran them with our Rubicon Express Spacer kit with 37's on a JLUR for about 6 months and had a great time with them.

Street ride did not feel like the same OEM sway, and bumps were softer
 

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I'm running them with Rock Krawler 2.5" springs...feels great. One of my fav combos on any Jeep I've had.
 

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Anybody else have experience with these? And would you prefer these over Falcon 2.1 shocks? And why? For offroading in mud and desert and on road 50/50
 

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Anybody else have experience with these? And would you prefer these over Falcon 2.1 shocks? And why? For offroading in mud and desert and on road 50/50
I have them cant report on the falcons but the fox's coupled with rock krawler spings rides nice.
 

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Have Fox IFP’s and very happy. In process of swapping but not due to the shocks.
 

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Anybody else have experience with these? And would you prefer these over Falcon 2.1 shocks? And why? For offroading in mud and desert and on road 50/50
I cannot speak to the Falcons, however I have around 7000 miles on the FOX 2.0 IFP's with 2" Mopar lift and 35 KM3's. They do work well and are stiffer than stock, however I would prefer some adjustability. Unfortunately you have to go to the FOX 3.0 Pro for that which is a nice chunk of $$. So for the price they are great!
 
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I'm curious how the Fox 2.0 IFP shocks ride on road...will anybody running them please provide a review? Thanks!
We usually suggest the Fox 2.0 shocks with most of our kits as they are a great "middle of the road" shock. They're not too soft, not too stiff, not too expensive, and not super cheap. They're a great shock for your average daily driver/weekend warrior Jeep build. We usually always get great feedback from our customers who have paired them with one of our lifts so we always feel confident suggesting them for most applications.
 

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I have been thinking about these as well, but from what I have heard from a few suspension companies, they are valved for for a little heavier JL. Meaning steel bumpers, winch, tire carrier, etc.

The 3.0's are cool but I could have coilovers or bypasses for that.
 

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Consensus seems they are good to go. I have steel bumper front and rear set up and plan to pair these with teraflex 1.5 spacers, teraflex progressive bump stops and rubicon springs. Just wanted to upgrade the shocks while I was doing the rest of it and wanted something good for offroad hard muddy and Sandy conditions. And do not want a skateboard feeling also. Thanks for the info guys
 
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