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Air shock help

Discussion in 'Jeeps' started by Abouna, Oct 16, 2014.

  1. Abouna

    Abouna Member
    from Iowa
    Messages: 36

    After last winter with our Wrangler and Snowdogg MD75, I'd really like to control the front end a bit more. It sags too much for my liking, otherwise it's fine.

    Are air shocks the best remedy? As I know nothing about air shocks I'll need a little guidance.

    I'll have them installed, but need to know what to look/ask for .
     
  2. fordmstng66

    fordmstng66 Senior Member
    Messages: 527

    If you do a search you will find some good advice on how to find air shocks for your jeep.
     
  3. Abouna

    Abouna Member
    from Iowa
    Messages: 36

    I did search of course but wasn't confident I found an answer.

    Just not sure air shocks are the best option. Maybe I should just go to the tire center and ask?
     
  4. dieselss

    dieselss PlowSite Fanatic
    Messages: 10,946

    Monroe . Com and look under the air shocks
     
  5. novawagonmaster

    novawagonmaster Senior Member
    Messages: 177

  6. Abouna

    Abouna Member
    from Iowa
    Messages: 36

    Wow. Great thread. Thanks.
     
  7. Jeep_thing

    Jeep_thing Member
    Messages: 97

    Yes, I installed the same Gabriel part numbers and they are great. A direct bolt in other than drilling the air line hole. Thanks again Nova for the great build thread.

    The rear Gabriels I bought at Autozone. The fronts were not available locally so I ordered them from Amazon. They are also found on eBay.

    The Monroe site is not going to help you since no manufacturer lists air shocks for fronts, or even Wrangler rears for that matter. The part numbers given were selected by matching up the shock dimensions.
     
    Last edited: Oct 18, 2014