MX-6 adjustable six position twin-tube shocks that use one valve fits all tuning approach, each MX-6 is precision engineered and custom-valved for your vehicle. This maximizes suspension performance, vehicle stability and ride comfort. The MX-6 inverted mounting design reduces un-sprung weight, protects the shock body from damage while also allowing ease of fitment and clearance in high performance and late model vehicle applications. Sold individually.
I installed Pro Comp MX6 shocks on my 2004 F250 Super Duty and loved them. I had 70,000 miles on the shocks, when I sold the truck and they still worked like brand new. Great Ride even on wash board gravel roads and a very smooth ride on the highway. Also a very long service life. When I pruchased my 2008 F350 FORD Super Duty I wanted to install the same shocks, but Pro Comp didn't make them for an unlifted truck in 2008. So I was swayed over to Rancho 9000's and they turned out to be the worst suspension shock purchase of my life. Terrible Ride. The adjustable valve stopped working after 25,000 miles. Shock bodies were covered in rust after 15,000. I now have Pro Comp MX6's on my 2008 FORD and they perform like I remember...Awesomely!(Is That A Word?) Pro Comp - YES / Rancho - NO.
I carry/pull many different loads and being able to adjust the ride is great. You have to willing to get under the vehicle to adjust the shocks.
Very great product. The capability of the adjustment allows you to set the ride for any type of terrain!!
hi, i own a jeep in india,which comes with stock collapsed 14" shock absorbers.so i just want to assure that these are 14" and how much lift they will give.
Asked by karan from surrey,bc(canada) on
Hi Karan The MX-6 Series Suspension Shock will not raise the vehicle but these would be a little over 14 inches collapsed. Thanks
Answered by LWiff ext 4804 from surrey,bc(canada) on
I was looking at MX-6 SHOCK ABSORBER - Part # EXPMX6021 but the picture above is different, it seems to have a remote reservoir. Are they different items? Are they suitable for a 4 inch suspension lift from Teraflex- My jeep wrangler sport 2003 Right Hand Drive
Asked by Randy from australia on
Hello Randy As far as I can see they would work fine, it does not show a difference between right or left hand drive for the MX-6 Series Suspension Shock. They do show a difference on the rear if it is hard top or soft top. Thanks
Answered by LWiff ext 4804 from australia on
When this shock is installed on a 1985 CJ-7, should the boot and adjustment dial be installed up or down?
Asked by from on
Hello, This shock is made to be mounted with the adjustment knob down.
Answered by Bob from on
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