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Did you get the valving specs for the fox 2.0 performance shocks or have anything on the falcon 2.1 shocks? I'm trying to find this for the 3-4" lift shocks.

Secondly, are the front shocks offset where the bolt into the top mount to keep them off the frame? I assume the fox 2.0 are bc the fox shocks in the mopar lift are offset....but wanted to verify. Are the falcons offset? Thanks!
The Fox 2.0s are a very soft Flutter stack, but still considerably more controlled than the factory Twin Tubes. The Fox 2.0s are not offset because the shocks are not in danger of frame contact, but the Falcon's are offset on everything starting at the 2.1 series up to the 3.4
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The Fox 2.0s are a very soft Flutter stack, but still considerably more controlled than the factory Twin Tubes. The Fox 2.0s are not offset because the shocks are not in danger of frame contact, but the Falcon's are offset on everything starting at the 2.1 series up to the 3.4
Thanks...did you get the valving specs? How are the fox 2.0 performance shocks with no offset different than the fox mopar lift kit shocks with offset to make them not in danger of frame contact? How much stiffer are the fox 2.0 shocks than the fox mopar lift shocks? I'm looking for a softer ride.
 
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The Fox Performance Series (non-mopar) are only a 2" body diameter so they are in less danger of contact, and they are softer because of less fluid movement, and the use of a fairly large flutter shim inside the valve pack.
 

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The Fox Performance Series (non-mopar) are only a 2" body diameter so they are in less danger of contact, and they are softer because of less fluid movement, and the use of a fairly large flutter shim inside the valve pack.
And probably have more travel vs Mopar lift kit.
 
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I would have to verify the more travel part, but the difference too, is that the aftermarket Performance Series is offered in a stock-2" application, and also a larger lifted application, so taht right there means you have more options on travel length depending on if you want to run a down travel monster, or something more stock
 
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Updated the site with new Fox 2.5's that are in stock and ready to ship!
 
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