RS7000MT monotube shocks for the Jeep Wrangler JL

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  1. RanchoShocks

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    Specifically engineered for the Jeep Wrangler JL to provide the handling, control and performance expected from Rancho® RS7000®MT shock absorbers. These shocks provide enhanced stability over stock twin tubes by reducing body roll in evasive maneuvers and tight turns. These shocks feature a high-pressure gas charge that separates the unit’s internal oil and nitrogen to provide additional spring rate. This helps to maximize damping response that dissipates heat for better control.

    To further enhance ride control characteristics, Rancho® RS7000®MT Monotube Shocks include a hydraulic lockout to cushion the impact as the vehicle suspension is fully extended. These shocks are available for the Jeep Wrangler JL and are equipped with our DRS technology. Developed exclusively for the Jeep Wrangler JL, DRS Technology is a unique internal system that includes a precisely tuned metal spring and fortified interior construction to provide additional control, reduce body roll and prevent rod overextension inside the shock.

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    How do these compare to the 5000 and 9000 series shocks?
     
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    @RanchoShocks The RS7000MT looks great for lifted Rubis. What's your best shock for non-lifted Rubicons?
     
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