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Old 10-01-2010
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Shocks with resivor *LOOKING*

Who makes a good set of shocks for a 2wd '02 ranger with resivors on them? Also who makes a skid plate for a 2wd?
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Just asking, why do you need rez's? If you still have stock suspension, then there is no point in having a rez
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The only need for reservoirs is extreme set ups for long travel.
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im sorry but i disagree... yes they are used on built apps more, but there are plenty of guys lifted (nothing special) running them. they will give a much ride, but finding a shorter length will be hard to find.

I would check out Bilstien 5150's. of the 5160's. they are availible in shorter lengths and are a great shock
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there are a set of 10inch Fox rez's that i found earlier on i think the guy wanted 500 bucks for the set of 4.
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Check out FOA shocks. They are cheaper than Fox or other similar brands (King, SAW, etc.). You won't be able to run resi's in the front unless you do a setup similar to Camburg's 2.5 upgrade kit. There is no where to run the resi line out of the coil bucket.
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