Reviewed By Cristobal R (Las Cruces, NM) —6/30/2015 9:17 PM
The shocks are so far so good after 1 week. Almost immediate difference in the ride. They did lift the 4runner but just slightly. Overall pretty satisfied with these shocks.
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.
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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