Shocks

Discussion in '40- & 55-Series Tech' started by lc69hunter, Mar 4, 2007.

  1. lc69hunter

    lc69hunter SILVER Star

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    I currently have ProComp ES 3000 Explorers on the front and Rugged Trail Nitro Cell on the rear. Both sets are about 15 years old.

    I am running about 2 1/2 - 3 inch lift, and have 31X10.50 tires on.

    The ProComps seem to have held up well, and I'm thinking of putting new ProComps all around. I am also going to be putting on 33X9.50's.

    I use it as a daily driver, and do not do any serious rock-crawling, but when I am hunting (which is as much as possible:D ), I take it into some seriously rough country.

    Any thoughts????

    Thanks.
     
  2. mr_manny

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    5125 Bilsteins :D
    Make sure to measure your suspension...don't limit to your suspension from a wrong shock choice.
     
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    How do you measure suspension??
     
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