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Redlazer

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My 90 B2 is in bad need of shocks. It is not jacked up or anything. I was thinking of JBG shocks, or Duffs shocks. Are either ones of these good? The JBG are $36 a shock, and the Duffs are $37 a shock. Or is another brand I should go with? On my SD, and Mustang I only run Bilstein.
 


JerryC

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I put monroe-matics on mine, see my thread. They are soft and give a good around town ride. They will bottom out in the back on really big bumps,
Ideally I'd like them maybe 10% stiffer at three quarter to full compression.
I'm interested to hear what others like and how you like the shocks you end up choosing.
 

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I’m still not sure I’m leaning towards the JBG right now.
 

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Do what you can with what you have where you are
I wanted to stay completely stock so I went with OEM MotorCraft shocks. The B2 has never gone off road and the ride is fine on the highway.

Dennis
 

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Yeah I use my B2 for hunting. I may get a 4in lift for it.
 

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what did you end up going with? I'm redoing all my suspension bushings and thought about a lift........ another member recommended staying stockish with out lifts as im only running 30x9.5x15
 

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Well as of right now nothing BC I’m saving the money to get to Duffs stage two suspension kit.
 

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