Hi, woundering if anyone can help me choose what rear shocks to get. I have an 08, i live in Brooklyn and whenever I go over a bump at 30mph or more i freeking bottom out in the rear, she's all stock except for my corsa exhaust that I just got. love it!!! I don't race it, except for local douchbags that think there rice burner is faster than American Muscle, so im just looking for a comfortable smooth ride that I dont have to worry about jacking my brakes everytime i see a little bumb or gap in these beautiful NY roads we have. Thanks for your help.
I love my Stage 6 shocks. They are a little bouncy at very low speeds, but do wonders on big bumps and such. I don't cringe anymore every time I go over a bump. And the fact that they are adjustable makes them ever better, so you can adjust depending on how crappy your roads are.
2009 Jeep SRT8 Brilliant Black - Vreds 275/315 / Solo Exhaust / BWoody Endlinks / Stillens / 4300K HID Fogs / AFE Stage II
Johan Tooooon / 180 T-Stat / BT Catch Can / Eibach's / R1 Rotors/Stoptech Pads / Stage 6 QA1 Shocks / BT Underhood Kit
2008 Jeep SRT8 Red Rock - Buy Back
2008 Jeep SRT8 Jet Black - Sold
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Last edited by SRT8Girl12; 12-03-2012 at 10:04 AM.
Thanks, I did do my research, just wanted to make sure to go with the Stage 6s... They say the $45 Cherokee shocks "fit" for srt8, but wanted to see what you guys say. Do I need to do the front as well or can I just swap out the rears? Do the bump stops have anything to do with it? Crappy roads higher setting yes? Thanks again this forum is awsum, been reading it for months and finally joined, you guys are great! Thanks
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