Fox Racing Shocks Releases NEW 3.0 IBP Shocks

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Fox has taken their Jeep product line another step further, and has introduced the Factory Series 3.0 Internal Bypass shock systems.

These kits are meant for 2-3" Lift kits at this time, but are without a doubt, the most precision tuned, and techonologically advanced shocks available for the JL.

Unlike any other shock on the market, these shocks utilize a circulating one-way check-valve reservoir system that is constantly applying piston-separated nitrogen pressure to the shock oil, while also circulating it to cool all of the shock fluid that moves through the system.

These shocks are meant for the Jeep owner that wants the ultimate control over the ride of their vehicle in absolutely ANY terrain.

See our site pages for pricing and more information:

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They will be available Late September/Early October

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Of course they did after i bought my 2.5 factorys haha. Here you go @Roky one up me
 

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Lol, at 5600.00 for set of 4 :swear:, I’m more likely to by your old ones when you upgrade....:)
Hahaha probably a good idea. You know it wont be long 1 year and 4 sets :CWL::facepalm:
 

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For that money there better be color options. That orange is hideous.:puke:
 

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I wish they had a version of these for 3.5-4" travel systems.
 

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I still have not received my 2.5’s. When did yours come in?
Got my rears over a month ago. Fronts have been on back order ever since. Got my fronts from accutune offroad. And they set it up for me. https://www.jlwranglerforums.com/forum/threads/accutune-with-fox-2-5-factory-shocks-review.34867/
We have Front/Rear 2.5 Factory sets in stock so you dont have to wait, if you want that as an option! Double check with me on the part numbers you are looking for

I wish they had a version of these for 3.5-4" travel systems.
I have a feeling they will offer them in the future, but made sure to get this lift height out and available asap. It takes a lot of dirt/street driving time to dial in these IBP setups, and different lift heights can affect how they valve the piston and IBP sleeve.
 

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