Falcon SP2 Shocks

AlanD

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AU JU I may look into the Rancho shocks.. I have same Terraflex shocks and the 2.5 st lift kit they are just too firm for every day use... I have a 18 JLU sport with aftermarket steel bumper 10K winch and Nitto 35 hanging of the reinforced tailgate. I have a 1.5 mile washboard road to get to house I can fly down it at 55+ with excellent control. But if I slow down to 20 to 25 it's almost painful. I run Nittos at 33 to 35 and it helps only slightly.
 

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AU JU I may look into the Rancho shocks.. I have same Terraflex shocks and the 2.5 st lift kit they are just too firm for every day use... I have a 18 JLU sport with aftermarket steel bumper 10K winch and Nitto 35 hanging of the reinforced tailgate. I have a 1.5 mile washboard road to get to house I can fly down it at 55+ with excellent control. But if I slow down to 20 to 25 it's almost painful. I run Nittos at 33 to 35 and it helps only slightly.
If your Nitto's are E rated 25-30 PSI should be more ideal. 25 tire PSI is the typical threshold that the Falcon's are tested at.
 

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anyone take these off road yet and report on how they feel? either fast. dirt/gravel forest roads or on more technical trails/larger rocks? thanks!
 

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