I changed out the front coils with Icon springs, had the Rancho shock, the ride as stiff and turning the truck would sag. I replaced with the mx 6 shock and the ride improved. no more sag, bouncing stopped. I live in the IE and drive the 91 freeway, anyone that drive's the 91 in a truck knows the worst road. Having a long bed and 4x4 makes it even worst, these MX6 shock made it smooth. I will be putting them on my new Dodge! great product!
what is the difference between mx-6 and mono tube shocks besides price will be putting on 93 jeep wrangler with 4" lift and 33's
Asked by kory from tampa,fl on
Hello, the MX6 shocks are a 6 way adjustable shock. It has a knob on the bottom of the shock you turn to adjust the firmness of the shock. The mono tube shock is specifically tuned for each vehicle application, there is no adjustments that can be made on them. Thank you!
Answered by Bob H from tampa,fl on
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