Texas BRAND NEW Rock Krawler 2.25 RRD shocks, Currie rear anti rock

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Hey guys. Today I have a set of BRAND NEW Rock Krawler 2.25 RRD shocks for a JLU. These were never used. I ended up going with a set of Radflo shocks, and these have been sitting in my garage. I will ship these. Im looking to get 500 OBO out of these with shipping included. SOLDDDD

Next up is a rear Currie Anti Rock for a JLU. - SOLD

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What lift are the shocks for? 2.5" or 3.5"?
 

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Anybody try these shocks with MetalCloak springs? Just wondering compatibility...
 
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Anybody try these shocks with MetalCloak springs? Just wondering compatibility...
I would assume they would work. I know the metal cloak springs are a bit softer than the rock krawler springs though.

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I would assume they would work. I know the metal cloak springs are a bit softer than the rock krawler springs though.

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Well they would be great for rock crawling and on the road. I've been doing more research and those RDDs are also known to be a soft riding shock. So soft, plus soft equals Cadillac! Just keep them off the high speed fire roads!
 
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Well they would be great for rock crawling and on the road. I've been doing more research and those RDDs are also known to be a soft riding shock. So soft, plus soft equals Cadillac! Just keep them off the high speed fire roads!
I ran the RRD’s before my Radflos and loved them. Anyone who picks these up will be happy with them
 
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Bump. Let’s get one of these sold.
 

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