2001 sport trac

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Bajaranger1

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And non rebuildables? I am in Baja right now and my rig is bouncing like a pogo stick in the sand. I really need something that is better dampend or adjustable. A friend mentioned that there are several new off road shock brands that are worthy replacements. I forget at the moment their names, but I am asking around for good suggestions.
 

Bajaranger1

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Also curious about the 2"inch lift that seems popular. I drove my old F100 all the way down to Guatemala and back with a stock rig on 31x10.50x15's and never got stuck. That's why I am thinking of leaving my Sport Trac stock. But maybe I am missing something besides the looks?
 

85yota

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Nobody that I know of makes a stock length shock. But you could get ones from a different application that match the lengths of yours now. Collapsed is most important so shock doesn't bottom out before bump stops.

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mikey09120

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+1. Going to need to get creative to find a decent rebuildable shock to fit in stock location.
2.0 remote reservoir would be my recommendation. 2.5's likely won't fit

For non-rebuildable, Fox has some "factory" replacements. Bilstein 5100 and 7100s are decent also.
 
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85yota

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Yeah getting a stem mount to eyelet adapter might make finding shocks a little easier but unless you revalve them yourself you are probably better off with the bilsteins of non rebuildable oem replacement performance shocks.

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