Looking for Good Adjustable Shocks

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I have a 2-Door JL Sport S and am considering stepping up to a set of adjustable shocks. My 2-Door has Rubicon take-off wheels/tires and Fox 2.0 IFP shocks. I have the take-off springs and plan to install soon. I travel trails mild to rough and would like to be able to dial-in a more controlled ride to match varying road and trail conditions.

Has anyone found this combination that you are happy with? Or possibly a combination you have ruled out?
I would appreciate your recommendations and comments.





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Way too many combinations and everything is subjective..
With that said.
Soft Synergy springs and teraflex falcon shocks did it for me.
 

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I have a 2-Door JL Sport S and am considering stepping up to a set of adjustable shocks. My 2-Door has Rubicon take-off wheels/tires and Fox 2.0 IFP shocks. I have the take-off springs and plan to install soon. I travel trails mild to rough and would like to be able to dial-in a more controlled ride to match varying road and trail conditions.

Has anyone found this combination that you are happy with? Or possibly a combination you have ruled out?
I would appreciate your recommendations and comments.
If you have no desire to lift it any further than with the Rubicon springs, Accutune would be able to help you the best towards a set of shocks that are specifically tuned to your Jeep and your intended use. If there's any chance of a future taller lift, you're better off not making that investment now.
 

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I love, love my falcon 3.3 adjustables. Each of the three main settings are unique and noticeable. Im sure there are better shocks out there but I think they are good value.
 
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Way too many combinations and everything is subjective..
With that said.
Soft Synergy springs and teraflex falcon shocks did it for me.
Thanks, Falcon 3.3 are on my short list. I would love to feel that way too.
 
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Way too many combinations and everything is subjective..
With that said.
Soft Synergy springs and teraflex falcon shocks did it for me.
A good recommendation, are they the Falcon 3.3's? I’m considering those.
 

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