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  • Skyjacker Nitro 8000 Shocks & Struts

  • Skyjacker Hydro 7000 Shocks & Struts

  • Skyjacker Softride Lifting Leaf Springs - Rear

  • Skyjacker Leveling Kit

  • Skyjacker M95 Performance Monotube Shocks

  • Skyjacker Hydro 7000 Steering Stabilizers

  • Skyjacker Silver 9000 Steering Stabilizers

  • Skyjacker Softride Lifting Leaf Springs - Front

  • Skyjacker Add-A-Leaf Springs

  • Skyjacker Sway Bar End Links

  • Skyjacker Steering Components

  • Skyjacker Rock Ready Grab Handles

  • Skyjacker Sway Bar Relocation Brackets

  • Skyjacker Heavy-Duty Sway Bars

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Skyjacker Hydro 7000 Steering Stabilizers Reviews


Great for towing a trailer

Reviewed By Jimmy R (Montverde, FL) Reviewed for a 2006 Jeep Wrangler —6/28/2015 7:36 AM

With factory shocks my jeep unlimited did not ride that well with a medium trailer. After installing these shocks the ride was much improved. Without a trailer it is a little stiff but nothing that bothers me at the least. If you use your jeep for more than a street queen you are gonna have a few trade offs for performance on and off road. Real happy with them.

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Skyjacker Nitro 8000 Shocks & Struts Reviews


Nice Ride

Reviewed By Jeremy T (Polk, PA) Reviewed for a 1993 Jeep Wrangler —6/28/2015 7:28 AM

These were installed on a lifted Wrangler and in improvement in ride quality was amazing, i knew my old shocks were wore out but didnt think a Wrangler could ride like this!

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Skyjacker Sway Bar End Links Reviews


Do the job but could be better for the price

Reviewed By Kai H (ALLENTOWN, PA) Reviewed for a 2013 Toyota FJ Cruiser —6/25/2015 9:02 PM

This definitely do the job right, that is restore swaybar end links angle on lifted vehicle, and allow more suspension droop before swaybar bind. But using two bushings instead of one bushing + one ball joint like OEM, I kind of concern the longevity of the bushing because I have extended droop. The washers on the frame ends are a little too big, which will contact the frame bracket during flexing. The inner sleeve for the swaybar end is rolled so it has a profound groove with edge.

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Helpful Skyjacker Suspension Systems Articles

  • May

    2015

    Skyjacker Hydro vs. Nitro Shocks

    Want to know which shock is better: Skyjacker Hydro or Nitro? If so, we have the answer in this off-road shock absorber review.

  • May

    2015

    Read & Discuss Skyjacker Suspension Systems Reviews and Customer Ratings

    Know before you buy! Read customer reviews about Skyjacker Suspension Systems or ask our Product Experts.

  • Aug

    2014

    The Best Skyjacker Suspension Systems

    Ever perused the pit section of an off-road racecourse? If so, you likely noticed one brand banner everywhere you looked—Skyjacker suspension systems. And, it’s no accident, because many racers, mechanics and enthusiasts agree that Skyjacker crafts some of the best suspension systems on the market.

  • Aug

    2014

    Pro Comp vs Skyjacker Shocks: Which Lift Kit is the Best for My Truck?

    Looking to raise your rig a few extra inches? Consider installing a high-quality lift kit. And, when you want the best lift kit for your truck, this article has the information you need to easily compare Pro Comp vs Skyjacker Shocks.

  • Aug

    2014

    Skyjacker vs. Rancho Suspension: Which Brand is Best for Shocks, Struts & Lift Kits

    If you’re after better handling and a smoother ride, you may want to consider upgrading your suspension system. Use our Rancho & Skyjacker comparison guide to choose the right shocks for your car or truck.

  • May

    2013

    VIDEO - Watch the AutoAnything Interviews Skyjacker at SEMA 2012

    At the 2012 SEMA show, we met with their Director of Marketing, Lee McGuire, and Product and Purchasing Manager, Michael Graves.

  • Dec

    2012

    The Pros & Cons of Upgrading to Performance Air Shocks

    There’s a lot of debate about what the best type of shock absorber is. And, depending on your specific needs, there may be a specific style that is better suited for you. Check out this article for everything you need to know about the pros and cons of air shocks to find out if they’re the best fit for your vehicle.

  • Nov

    2012

    What Does a Steering Stabilizer Do?

    In order to enjoy the best ride quality possible, it’s important that you have the best suspension system possible. But, in order to do that, you need to know what each suspension parts does. Check out this handy article for everything you need to know about steering stabilizers and how they work.