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Have a 2014 Wrangel with a Western HTS. I need to replace the shocks @ 80,000 mile( Yeah I know overdue) Anyway any suggestions on stiffening up the sag ? I have seen Spring upgrades and Timbrin combo? I don't plow much with this rig, my driveway and a couple neighbors. I just hate the sag. Thanks in advance
 

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FYI shocks don't hold weight, the springs do.
All shocks do is dampen the rebound.
 

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I'm not a jeep guy so I don't really know the options out there, but can you install a coil over shock set-up?
 

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a vehicle weighing 4,000 lbs. with a GVWRof 6,000 lbs. can carry 2,000 lbs. of gear, passengers, etc. Putting in an air shock does not increase your capacity.

Monroe Max-Air air shocks can be inflated or deflated as needed, up to 150 PSI, to maintain ride height when under load with additional weight up to 1,200 lbs. (Capacity is limited by vehicle suspension, tires and transmission. See vehicle owner’s manual for details.)
 

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Air shocks
JK (no lift) HiJackers Front 49178 Rear 49131
 
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