Looking for some tips/info/recommendations prior to purchase of rear shocks. Vehicle Weight & Application - FJ40, V8, 35" Tires family cage w/safari rack rear bumper w/spare tire swing, rack, spare fuel cans, etc Front: Y-Link, coil-overs Rear: FJ60 leafs, SOA 30% Crawling / 35% Off-road / 35% Street After speaking with a sales rep, his recommendation (with the above in mind) an emulsion type shock has no business on the vehicle, "Will not work properly. Minimum, you need a remote reservoir so the shock can work as designed." The sales rep went further to explain the internal function (differences) between emulsion and remote, which I appreciated (Been years since it was last explained to me). I wanted some more input prior to moving forward from some MUD members who are driving the real the thing. So what are the bullet point pros/cons to the following options with the above application in mind? King 2.0 Smoothie 10". Emulsion Piggyback Remote Reservoir Is there a functional difference between a Piggyback and a Remote (Other than getting the reservoir further away from heat and elevated above the shock body) ? Thanks in advance! Appreciate the info.