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- Get a massive upgrade in control and handling with Tuff Country SX8000 Shocks & Struts
- Nitrogen gas pressure charged to reduce fading and grant more timely shock response
- Recommended to fortify the suspension of your lifted, full-size truck or SUV
- Polyurethane bushings reduce vibration and last longer than rubber bushings
- Twin-tube construction provides superior handling while saving you money
- Optional universally-sized poly-vinyl shock boots sold separately
- Tuff Country SX8000 are proudly made in the USA
- Your Tuff Country SX8000 Shocks are backed by a Limited Lifetime Warranty
You’ve invested a lot of time, money and elbow-grease in your lifted full-size ride. Crags and cliffs are no match, but after so many miles of rough country riding, your suspension may not be what it once was. A brand-new set of Tuff Country SX8000 Shocks & Struts will improve your overall ride quality without breaking the bank.
With twin-tube construction offering improved handling, Tuff Country SX8000s are innovatively designed to outperform other with nitrogen gas shock absorbers on the market. The nitro gas pressure reduces fading and gives your lifted truck or SUV even quicker shock response.
Polyurethane bushings go a long way toward cutting down on vibration and combat the costly wear-and-tear better than shorter-lived rubber bushings. Pair your Tuff Country SX8000 with universal poly-vinyl Tuff Country Shock Boots (sold separately) for an unbeatable tandem. Made in the USA, your Tuff Country SX8000 Shocks carry a Limited Lifetime Warranty.
Tuff Country SX8000 Shocks & Struts Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by Mike R (Orofino, ID) Reviewed for a 1988 Ford F-350 — Aug 08, 2016 9:04 AM
Time to replace the O.E. shocks on my '88 F-350. After 237,000 miles they must be shot, right? Maybe not. I ordered the SX8000s. I took off the old ones, and they seemed just fine. Oh well, I have these, might as well put 'em on. They're lighter than the originals-- is that good or not? On the O.Es, the entire shock was enclosed. The piston shaft on these is exposed. Won't road grime cause wear? Shouldn't the dust boot be included? Not a bit of difference in the ride. Not completely happy.
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