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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.
- Aluminum shock body dissipates heat three times faster than steel
- Black anodized 6061-T6 billet aluminum
- 5/8" hard chrome plated heat treated alloy steel
- Race-developed high-flow piston design
- Application specific valving to maximize offroad performance
- Redundant sealing pack system main seal, wiper seal, scraper seal
- Specially formulated for ultimate performance at variable temperatures
- Internal reservoir design separates shock oil from the high-pressure nitrogen
- ManufacturerFOX Shocks
- MPN980-24-943 | 985-24-020 | 985-24-024
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How long is the warranty on these shocks?
the FOX suspension products when new, is free from defects in materials and workmanship. Their warranty expires one (1) year from the date of the original FOX suspension product retail purchase from an authorized FOX dealer
Hello, I own a 2007 Dodge Mega Cab 2500, Needing two Stabilizer Shocks. Would like to keep them with Fox Brand. Will this product fit my 07??
Yes that shock will fit your 07, but it is not a steering stabilizer. If you have FOX stabilizers right now see if you can find a part number on them and we can price you out a set.
Does this come with two or do I have to order each one.?
These are once each. So yes you will need to order two shocks.
Will these shocks fit my 06 dodge 5.9 cummins if its not lifted??
As long as you got the 0-1"" option yes they would. DppSands
Hello, I need new rear shocks and I think I'm going for the fox shocks, but I have some kind of heavy duty suspension on the car (I've been told from the previous owner) and I'm wondering if that lifts the car more than the original springs? So I don't know if I should buy shocks for a lifted truck or stock. 97mod 2500 ram with 12v Cummins?
Hard to say if "heavy duty suspension" means lifted. It could just have overload springs for towing which wouldn't lift. I would measure from the center of your fender to the center of your axle and compare that to a stock truck to see if it is lifted. -Sands
I have a 2011 dodge 2500 i am going to be reverse leveling truck. Dropping rear about 2-3 inches. Will these shocks work or are they too long??
The shocks which are able to cover stock height to 1" of lift will be too long for the rear of your dropped truck. Your best bet will be to take some measurements (expanded & collapsed) and contact Fox directly and see if they can spec you out a set. -Ben