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If you're after a solid set of race proven shocks at a price nearly anyone can afford, the Fox 2.0 IFP (Internal Floating Piston) shocks are for you. These shocks are a simple bolt-on installation that will greatly enhance the on and off road handling of your Chevy or GMC HD. Their heat-reducing design includes a metal-impacted aluminum shock body that dissipates heat faster than conventional steel.
Inside the Internal Floating Piston (IFP) separates shock oil from a high-pressure nitrogen gas chamber that provides a predictable ride quality capable of handling the roughest road conditions. Combine these new technologies with a competitive price for a winning combination.
BODY: Aluminum shock body dissipates heat three times faster than steel
COMPONENTS: Black anodized 6061-T6 billet aluminum
SHAFT: 5/8" hard chrome plated heat treated alloy steel
PISTON: Race-developed high-flow piston design
VALVING: Application specific valving to maximize offroad performance
SEALS: Redundant sealing pack system main seal, wiper seal, scraper seal
OIL: Specially formulated for ultimate performance at variable temperatures
RESERVOIR: Internal reservoir design separates shock oil from the high-pressure nitrogen
- ManufacturerFOX Shocks
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Have a 2013 GMC Sierra 2500HD Diesel that has been leveled (2 1/4"" front torsion lift). The rear is stock. Do I select 0-1 or 4-6 for the lift height? Guess 0-1 is closest numerically. I currently have shock extensions in place and would like to remove them if possible.?
Yes the 0-1 would work for that application. You might have to retain the shock extender that you have right now.
I have a mcgaughys 7-9 SS lift and it's really bouncy in the rear. Would these work better. So I would pick the 7-9?
Bouncy would indicate poor valving, a shock such as these should greatly improve the ride yes.
I have a 4-6 inch lift on my truck and with the fox 2.0 shocks would I select the 4-6 inch lift for the rear or the 0-1??
If you currently have a 4-6 inch lift that is the size of shock that I would select is the 4-6 inch.
I have a 3 1-2"" rough country lift on 2014 2500hd Chevy it's 3 1/2"" on the front and 1 1/2"" in the back. Would the 0-1 work or should I get 4-6.?
I would suggest measuring yours and confirming they will be the right length. The 4-6"" units would measure 15.16"" collapsed and 22.60"" extended. - AW
I have a 6"" lift on my truck. The front lift has a bracket for the shocks to mount. it is higher than the lower factory shock mount. would I still need the longer shock? I would have to compress it 4 to 5"" just to get the whole lined up?
Alot of 6in lifts go away from the bottom clevis mount and go to a regular eyelet. I would take your shock out, measure extended and collapsed. And see how it mounts. Also what lift you had would be helpful. We can probably get you a shock. DppSands