I'd get the QA1 rear shocks, especially if you're lowered
OK, just to be comparing apples to apples, my Jeep isn't lowered. It's a daily driver that gets the snot beat out of it regularly, and it has 76,000 mmiles under my 12D right foot. Once I got rid of the Goodyears and replaced the front lower control arms, the front-end vibration problem was gone for good. Since it was a non-SRT set of front control arms, the shock clevis bushings failed in less than 15,000 miles. Since I didn't want to spend the money for new controls arms again, I replaced the shock clevis bushings with new, non-SRT bushings from O'Reilly's. Well, now that I've racked up 76,000 total miles, the rear control and track bar bushings are getting loose, the shocks are noticeably worn, plus the front shock clevis bushings in the lower control arms are toast again.
So, I was wondering if anyone with an otherwise stock suspension is using the Bwoody stabilzer bar links, and/or their rear control arms and drag link.
Oh, and if anyone has QA1s on a stock ride-height Jeep, I'd be interested to hear how the compare to the stock Bilsteins. Part numbers for the shocks would be a plus!