They're doing great, I've actually been very impressed with the affordable 9550 shocks! I had thought about upgrading to remote reservoir Fox shocks, but I don't think the gain is worth the cost after all the offroading I've done with the 9550's. We've had the Jeep loaded up with camping gear, food, fuel and water... bombing down sandy washes in Baja for hours on end and the shocks didn't seem to mind, the 9550 shocks and Outback springs made for a comfortable and compliant ride at speed.How are the 9550's holding up? I almost bought a set to replace my blown bilsteins, since I also ordered the Outback coils.
:sombrero:Go to bed!
I was also impressed with how well your Jeep rode when I hitched a ride to the top of the monument. I would definitely consider the 9550's after experiencing the ride, and knowing what you've put your rig through.
I'm sure they'd be happy to make a 2nd order!I knew I should have just thrown a set in my cart when I bought the springs. Haha
Oh, that does suck! No weld-on control arm mounts then? Bolt-on long arms would be hard to engineer, IMO.I really wish they would offer a bolt on long arm setup. Maryland sucks for frame mods
I have been running a full set of 8 stock-length Teraflex Monster Arms with the modular ends and I've been very happy with them. I have heard nothing but good from the folks running the Alpine Arms, really looking forward to the long arm version!I just got the Alpine arms and I love them. Changed them from RK arms
Same here, these bushings should last a LONG time without any issues. My Modular Ends have been reliable and trouble-free, but I do make sure they get grease every 3,000 miles or so!Very nice! :victory:
I'm a huge fan of minimizing maintenance and NVH. :beer: